The problem with this approach is the risk of hostile takeover. There
are corporations (e.g. those that profit from proprietary
software/cloud) ... that have almost unlimited
(from our point of view) financial and developers resources – which
allows them to bend such organization according to their needs.
So if this is to have a chance of success, there must be a rigid
(immutable) constitution which guarantees the principles in the long
<https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html>. Maybe they should be
transformed into a constitutional document (while retaining the original
meaning, of course).
Franta, I made suggestions, days ago, about a constitution for GNU. Let's work on this suggestion.