We get a number of feature requests and it is not obvious how to prioritize them.
Discourse has an excellent topic voting feature that is developed exactly for this. The nice thing is that it limits the number of votes, so it forces people to think about their priorities. Unfortunately, it requires the business hosting plan, which costs $300/month instead of $100.
It is possible to sort issues by reactions (e.g., likes) on github, so it would also be an option to advertise this to users: feature requests sorted by number of likes.
The advantage is that people would know exactly what they vote on (instead of voting on a discussion topic that may mention many ideas) and it is free, but the number of votes (likes) is not limited, it is harder to discover this, and users need to create a github account.
What do you think? Should we start advertising to users to add likes to the github issue tracker or should we consider upgrading to business (or see if we can ask discourse for the voting feature be enabled for us)?