Well, I apologize if this "soft-question" (related to the "Arnold-Serre" debate) is considered as irrelevant for MO, and for possible misunderstandings in the two earlier versions of this post (which was not provocative).
I certainly do not want to stir a useless debate. As a french math teacher, I know that Henri Cartan, Claude Chevalley, Jean Dieudonné, Charles Ehresmann, Jean-Pierre Serre, André Weil ... were all great mathematicians. Obviously, N. Bourbaki had a huge impact on the mathematics of the last century. I'm also well aware of his predominance on french mathematics, but I know virtually nothing about his influence on others mathematical schools.
So I do believe that the following question is not really "opinion-based" (question which is not about the present production of the very much alive Bourbaki seminar) :
Question : Is it now possible to give a fair assessment of the influence of Bourbaki's "Eléments de mathématique" ?
(I'm ready to accept the answer : "No, it's impossible").