I have not seen anyone mention this yet, but by doing this Reika himself is also using up his time. Imagine if he has to review people telling him their changes, then write back after judging them. I think it is to much a time hogging system for both parties to work well, if the Reika mod family did become a given in lots of packs. If you put a steel dome and razor wire over a flower you were scared of getting trampled, you would end up with a dead flower. I think the more permissive/nice mod authors are with their mods, licenses, and general tone the more pack authors and end users can like them and the mods they make.
That is a nice sentiment.
It is empirically wrong.
Reika tried the more open approach. During the Monster era. It ended disastrously, as has been repeatedly noted in this discussion.