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I wonder whether it's possible to sort the questions by meta-data: how often people mark a question as a "Favorite" within Stack Overflow or just the top-voted questions?

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You can already sort the questions by votes. Just use the sorting tabs.

http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions?sort=votes

As for the favorites, I am not sure how this would ever be valuable, but you could probably do it easily with a data dump query.

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