Here is a nice article about the subject:
I think it would be possible, specially considering who are the biggest contributors to the project (like you being the first in the list ), some say that minor contributors do not have the same privileges at decision-making, and what matters most is who is the main copyright holder.
The idea would be to bring an equilibrum to business interests and open-source. Because let’s be honest sometimes people only likes to take the fruit from the tree and never water it, while it is a good cause to give freely, there comes a point where fruit-takers does not create enough motivation to the gardeners to keep on going. For instance, if there were some that tought Edgeline would also be free and MIT-licensed and said, well no problem, I’ll will start my own GUI designer
with blackjack and hookers under MIT, it would be something like we call in Mexico: “To kick the manger”.
I know it is possible some will not like it, like when RedHat shifted from CentOS LTS to CentOS Stream, but it was actually affecting their scheme of income about selling support, since a lot of people tought: “Let’s just get a good Linux administrator and its like a free RHEL.”
Anyway it may continue, I give you a huge thumbs up.