This specific question is in the curious position of being deleted without being closed. It used to be closed as a dupe, but this was disputed in the comments:
Is this really a duplicate? The question linked is about a private, one-on-one conversation. This one is about groups and I imagine it would need to be handled very differently. https://interpersonal.stackexchange.com/posts/comments/31611
Afterwards it was placed in the reopen queue, after which it gained another reopen vote.
Three days later, within the same minute, the question was both deleted and reopened. This seems counterproductive.
Why are we deleting questions that have an ongoing dispute about whether or not it should even be closed? I can't see exactly when every single vote was cast, but since both were deleted and reopened in the same minute, I guess that at some point it would have been sitting on 2 delete and 4 reopen votes.
Should we be deleting questions that still have active reopen votes?