Polkadot has now entered the governance stage, and the sudo license module will be removed in the next 24 hours

Gavin Wood, the founder of Polkadot, wrote an article, “Polkadot has now entered the third stage of governance, and it is predicted to enter the fourth stage in the next 24 hours-the removal of the sudo permission module. This is the same as all previous on this chain. Unlike upgrades, the Sudo license module will no longer be used for upgrades, but will be used as a special exception to use the complete governance mechanism for the first time. There are two main reasons for this. First, we hope that the governance mechanism will be end-to-end Test to ensure that they can indeed be used as expected. Secondly, use stakeholder governance to remove the authoritarian Sudo license module. All three governance elements (board, referendum, and technical committee) will participate in this upgrade. If the upgrade goes smoothly, Polkadot will no longer be a permissioned network. It will start a new life as a permissionless network managed by its collective stakeholders.”