If you can get a dedicated group of people to sign up for the work involved and consistently meet their responsibilities, then you’re good to go. But if that doesn’t happen, it’s time for you to become a benevolent dictator. You may not want to be the sole person in charge, but decisions need to be made and work needs to be done. Step up.
Democracy is great, but if you put every decision up for a vote, or if you rely on people who can’t or don’t get the work done your group will fail. Step up. Make decisions.
Your group wants the group to work and they want decisions made. You’ll lose a lot of time and effort spinning your wheels if you wait for approval instead of actively building. Step up. Make Decisions. Move Forward.