As DashBoost is a treasury funded entity, any attempt to mandate a change must be approved by the MN network, in line with how our network has always worked.
So all the Dashboost internal governance decisions should depend on the MN network and should ask permission by the MN network? Do you claim this as a general rule? Do you claim that for any project that has been funded by the Masternodes, whenever an internal governance decision should be taken in this project, this also requires an approval by the MN network? And all these internal governance decisions by all these funded projects should pay the 5 dash proposal fee in the dash budget system, whenever they want to internally decide something? What are you talking about?
Do you realize how many projects have been funded until now by the MN network? Hundreds of projects! Do you realize how many of these projects ever asked the MN network a permission in order to decide their internal governance questions? Almost none of them!!! Do you expect all these projects to ask permision from the MN network and pay the 5 dash proposal fee, for whatever internal governance decision they should take? Your way of thinking does not make sense!!!!
Lets go back to the Dashboost case again.
Some things have been approved by the Mastenode network, regarding the dashboost project, but nobody said that all these things were mandatory and a prerequisite in order for Dashboost to be approved
. The masternodes voted for the Dashboost idea, not for its tiny implementation details. And whether the proposal fee in Dashboost should remain stable to 1 dash for ever or should be able to change , I consider this as a tiny implementation detail, as an internal governance decision. Let us ask the masternodes whether the 1 dash proposal fee for dashboost is an unchangeable prerequisite, or an unimportant implementation detail that can be decided internaly. Do you bet 5 dash, on what the masternodes answer will be?
Additionaly, many things have not been defined by the MN network, regarding Dashboost. At least for all these things that have not been defined by the MN network, there is room for internal governance decisions, in dashboost.