I carefully read the particular comment you authored, which includes:
“For everyone to have the opportunity to be involved in a given group and to participate in its activities the structure must be explicit, not implicit. The rules of decision-making must be open and available to everyone, and this can happen only if they are formalized.” (Jo Freeman, “The Tyranny of Structurelessness”)
And I would like to emphasize that the horizontality of fedeproxy defines a structure that has no hierarchy which should not be confused with a lack of structure. For one thing, it is explicit and formalizes an inclusive and open decision-making process precisely.
It also includes a Code of Conduct, which is an essential part of any sound structure (horizontal or not). Although the benefits of a Code of Conduct are widely agreed on in most communities nowadays, it is absent in the Tyranny of Structurelessness which fails to address an issue that was probably less understood in the 70’: toxic behavior is orthogonal to governance. In other words, the lack of Code of Conduct makes the best governance vulnerable to toxic behavior.
The most frequent objection to the horizontal model is that anyone can destroy anything at any moment. In which case it must be restored from backups which is annoying. Hopefully it does not happen too often but there really is no way to predict this.