I would argue there's also a case of Dark Sun's fiction of emulation, Swords and Sorcery, being basically a dead genre at the moment also doesn't help things.Are we going to pretend Wizards is bottlenecked by anything but choice?
Firstly, dude, the hell?For a given value of what you mean by "people", of course. And we're just going to have to disagree on the significance of "outcry" to a publicly traded company. They are extraordinarily risk-averse.
Secondly, its the year 2023. They're going to write for an audience in 2023. They're not going to roll out stuff direct from the 80s and just republish it with new rules. I know you have this obsession with old stuff being adhered to, but, there's a reason every other fictional thing out there changes and revamps it over time, because, shock and horror, stories change and evolve over time as per the culture they're for. They don't stay static.
They got burnt hard on Spelljammer being a combination of bad and someone wanting to slap in a Planet of the Apes reference without thinking how it'd look, Dark Sun is an absolute pitfall trap ready to devour a hapless exec and cause the same thing