There are 4 new PFs in the PF section of the site.
1 and 2 are pretty straightforward
3 raises some questions: are the “Individual reasons for no-confidence – Yezune Choi, the director of BOS platform foundation” valid? Did he know about the attempted fraudulent actions, corruption and embezzlement? If yes, why did he leave them unaddressed? One needs to know these details, in order to reach a proper decision for the vote.
4 raises at least the question about who these people are? We only have short statements representing their position. Some statements are self evident, but they don’t say anything about commitment to the development of the platform (as opposed to that absurd attempt to fork by creating an ERC-20 based token etc). We need more details about each one of them in order to reach a proper decision for the vote.
And the big question: how a vote on the platform will be enforceable in the real world? Is this vote legally binding in any way? Will the no-confidence votes practically dismiss the targets of the votes or it’s just a statement from the community of the eligible voters? If a favorable vote for proposal 4 is reached, will these people become the leading body of the platform, with access to all that matters?