Also: "We recognize the need to attract a new generation of activists for software freedom and to grow the movement."
And then, instead of bringing new people, to bring new ideas, you bring old people back (no matter how large their knowledge of free software is). The FSF, and the free software movement as a whole needs new brains to think new things, otherwise it won't get the same position it was in the late 2000s.
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