Imagine that you've invented what you're convinced is the Best Cola Drink Evar. You know so much more about how soft drinks should be made and marketed that you go to the Coca-Cola company and say, "Throw out that old formula you're using, use mine instead, follow all of my instructions on how to run your company, and give me all of the money you make because of course I'm much smarter than you are and setting up a new company from scratch is too much like Hard Work."
Do you think Coca-Cola would pay any attention to you? If so, then what makes you think that the people who jointly own the Hugo Awards and the other WSFS service marks should pay attention to you when you demand that we should change to suit you? Just because you read SF/F doesn't mean you own the Hugo Awards. Heck, even I don't own even as the head of the committee that manages them; I just protect them from people who attack them and want to steal them for themselves.
I've told one of those people that if they're so convinced that They Know Best, they should set up the Global Science Fiction Society, presenting the Global Science Fiction Awards, possibly known as the "Gernsback," and that they should run their society and awards by their O So Perfect system and see if anyone pays attention to them. But don't go trying to steal other people's intellectual property and service marks just because setting up a new society and new awards is Too Much Like Hard Work.