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How can I encourage users to work on other user's feature requests?

You could charge the paying customers a small extra fee of a few percent for open source development. You can argument that without the community and their contributions the software would not exist ...
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How can I encourage users to work on other user's feature requests?

Atlassian (the publisher of tools like Confluence and JIRA) has published a Feature Implementation Policy, which may be of some use. While not quite what you're looking for in that Atlassian still ...
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How can I encourage users to work on other user's feature requests?

This is a matter of community building. I've seen several variations on this theme in the Apache communities I've worked on. I offer them for what they are worth, which might be nothing to you. No ...
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Closing an inactive feature request?

As the question stands, the best option (of the three we're supposed to choose between) is: "Not Sufficient". There is, however, a follow-up question: What other criteria should be considered? ...
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Need feature in PR with failing checks

To resolve this problem you can fork the version that includes a feature that you need and resolve the check problem. After that you can submit the PR with your changes. An example: There exist a ...
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Closing an inactive feature request?

Short answer (and not too useful): it is your project, given as a gift to the world. You can do as you please. Here "you" is generically the group actively participating in development. You should ...
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