Before, referring just to some other question that sounds likely to be the same, e.g., about can I write: "I/We have developed X?", what I am asking about is: "Let us (you the reader and I the post author) discuss if the use of we in this context is acceptable". If you don't get the different meaning of the use of we, don't answer.
For instance, I am talking about the use of "Let us consider that in the context of this thesis, $x$ is ...". Or a phrase as the following: "For this reason, we can assume ...". When I read something, I think this style really good for explaining difficult topics. But an experienced colleague (post-doc) said that I use we/us to often in my PhD thesis. I said that I use it as we / us in the sense of the reader and writer exploring the topic together. However, he did not understand what I mean with that. I also think if he really thinks I am talking about me with the phrase we/us makes no sense. It would be crazy because I am only one person. In the feedback of my both supervisors / profs it was not mentioned, although I guess on their corrections and comments they read the section deeply.
Is it bad style or can it be used? Maybe bad feedback? Should I ask my supervisors if that is an issue? What is your opinion on that? Some articles with more information of this discussion?