With the advent of Boomsday, we got a new card, namely: Whizbang the Wonderful. As you all know, he randomly provides you with one of 18 pre-made deck recipes. What I believe should happen is, when Whizbang finally rotates out of standard, in the following set, they should "reprint him" in order to have a "Whizbang" option for every standard rotation. Same card, but with a different name like "Whizbang the Mad" etc. I think this would keep the game interesting and far more accessible for new and/or F2P players, and there's no harm in them doing this considering the amount of variance between the decks. The new prints of the card would obviously be updated to provide a deck recipe from the then current standard set.
No, if theres that much love for the card I'd rather they make him part of the classic set instead of reprints. Some of us don't want to randomly unpack him each year when there are other more desirable legendaries
Not just Whizbang, but cards like Dirty Rat also. If Blizzard was willing to, and made the Hall of Fame set to move cards from Standard to Wild exclusive, I don't see why they can't create a "set" where they can move cards like Whizbang and Dirty Rat to, that stays Standard legal. (Since Whizbang is currently in The Boomsday Project, it would be moved after rotating out)
(There are other threads posting the same question; you could have found one of those instead of making another).
I'll say to you what I (and others) have said in the various other Whizbang threads: go to Blizzard's official Hearthstone forums and rally support there. Or Reddit, one of the few other places they actually care to look. Poke and prod and pressure them into moving Whizbang to Classic. This ain't the best spot for such questions, because we're not an official forum and Blizzard doesn't seem to care much about us anymore :(
Definiteley, Whizbang should not only be constant in standard but it should be updated every single expansion, its an amazing card for players that don't have many cards. The decks aren't top notch but they hold their own Vs high end decks.