Yes, this is the direction we were given by a moderator.
This came up in a Meta post by Monica because people (myself included) were requesting status-completed for completed reopen requests. She indicated that this tag is only intended for bug and feature requests that require action by a moderator or SE staff. Instead, she recommended the following:
The usual process is for them to edit, which puts it into the reopen review queue. Posting on meta should not be necessary.
Maybe giving guidance to edit is all that is needed.
See this answer over on the main meta.SE:
There are multiple ways you can draw attention to a closed post:
Editing a closed post will ...
Personally I dislike it because I don't think it looks good (thanks to the combination of (), all caps, redundancy* and length).
*: Redundancy when used in combination with "reopen", which it usually is. If used without "reopen", we're left with a somewhat nonsensical title containing what looks like a tag and then I suppose simply the title of the question ...
I'd say take it one step at a time.
We reopen questions if they have been edited to be on topic. Has that happened? Reopen the question.
We close questions as duplicate, if the question is on topic, and has been answered before. Is the question on topic, and has it been answered before? Mark it as duplicate.
I don't think it needs to be forced; if you ...
what do you think about it?
Personally I like it.
Have you done it?
No.. but only because I've only ever posted one such request and some scamp beat me to the edit
In any case, should we be doing this edits more often?
It makes sens to me, that way it saves any users from going over to cast a VTRO when it's already been done.