Bob_MarleyBetter for an international community too :-)
This empty corporate performativity feels like something mostly (only?) Americans want.
(I say this partially as a joke since most maintainers work for big companies, but)
Linux is the free, open source project that most normal people have never heard of, is maintained by an international community, and was started by a notoriously hostile student from Finland... Doesn't really fit the definition of "corporate" and there's not much of an audience for it to be performative.
I agree no one really cares about these changes... I am personally annoyed by companies like Github being dumb.
My point is that just in the context of a project, this change is just so easy it won't affect development and it's maybe nicer, so if most people are fine with it, why not? Idk. Maybe I'm just being naive :-(