If you firmly believe that then submit a Pull Request, in the appropriate GitHub repository, to implement it. The core developers will then decide if it should be added to Home Assistant. That’s how open-source software projects work.
A Feature Request isn’t much more than a suggestion (a wish) for someone else, with available time, interest, and software-development skills, to implement it. Basically, you have to convince someone else of the merits of your suggestion. Claiming you personally know what users want is unlikely to serve as justification for the FR.
I agree with koying that it has become tedious to read posts predicting a dire future for the project unless it follows their advice. Why? Because all of the ones I have seen over the last three years have proven to be wrong (its heritage of YAML configuration continues to play an important role and the project continues to attract developers and users ).
The irony is that this community forum isn’t even the best venue to debate Home Assistant’s future. Very few developers (namely the people whose contributions actually change the product) spend their free time debating things here. They’re on Discord and/or the Discussions section of the Architecture repo (where they submit proposals for concepts they wish to implement).