The only criticism I have of Indie Hackers is that sometimes discussion can get a little spammy (lots of people looking for early adopters). Not every conversation is like that, but some posts are.
As someone building a startup on their own (full time) I've found Indie Hackers a really supportive community. The stories there are often relatable, and far less sensational than typically seen places like HN. If you're going through the daily grind of trying to grow a small business / startup then it's a good place to drop by every now and again to help stay sane.
They just care it provides the value they're looking for.
But I wanted a community for devs that want to become entrepreneurs and not for random dudes that want to make money at all costs.
Some people like me, that have the same problems, some people I coule relate to.
"How I [risked everything, failed big, quit job] and built a [moderately big number]/month business"
FWIW I run browserless, which is on IH, and has been growing pretty steadily: https://www.indiehackers.com/product/browserless/revenue
EDIT: Might also be cool to see growth in terms of customer growth vs MRR
Gotta say, your customer support is top notch. I asked a question on a Saturday evening and got a response 15 mins later. I was stunned!
Therefore I think that ranking and tracking what other people are shipping does nothing remotely useful. Maybe good for an entertainment, though.