Yes, we are following the developments at Tezos. I personally think that what they are doing is quite complex is very user-unfriendly. Maybe in time will improve. Decred are also interesting in terms of governance, but again, not sure if user-friendly, also - I think there are too many votes.
What we did today, actually, was a quick test of the user-friendliness of aeternity voting. We brought together around 40 people for a “brunch” in the office of AE Ventures, asked them to create mobile wallets (Base aepp), sent them 2 AE each, and asked them to vote in the BRI. Everyone was able to intuitively figure out how to do it and voted. They were all very impressed by how quickly and easy it was to vote. I think this is the future. It took less then 6 minutes from wallet generation to vote submission. This is really unique! It was also the first time anyone from them experienced “voting on the blockchain”. Here are two short videos: