No - there should be no punishment for closing questions
Closing a question is a temporary state to let you know that something is wrong with your post. Once a question has been closed you should consider the following:
What was the reason it was closed with?
What feedback have you received in the comments on your question?
Is there anything you can do to ...
Thank you for bringing this to our community's attention.
I just took a look at the question, and I see no reason that it cannot be reopened, so I reopened it for you and the community.
Several community members (including myself before I was elected as a moderator) voted for it to be re-opened in the past, but we didn't meet StackExchange's required number ...
Having participated as a 3000+ user, Yes. I have participated in quite a few reopen and close voting polls and it seems even after the final graduation of the site, the community (with help of our moderators don't forget) are able to to handle the load quite easily.
For now, keep using the Flag-> Close Question and a 3000+ user and/or moderator will be able ...
We've closed questions 656 times , and reopened 186 times (~28%) not including deleted. Note that this may double-count cases where a question was closed and/or reopened multiple times; those should be negligibly rare.
With your editing it, the question was automatically placed in our review queue (see my comment on it due to that). I'm personally still a bit concerned about the "most accurate" part, as that would require somebody to "know them all" – but apart from that, it's already specific enough to "be valid" IMHO.
Asking for further improvements which could be made: ...