idd its an open forum for all, i dont think anyone should take any comment as a personal attack and more of a "heres simply what i think", if everyone agreed or disagreed on every matter it would be a very boring world idd.
to anyone including myself who adds in a "negative" vibe in this thread, its only because something like that is no simple task, its a lot of work for anyone, and as ive stated as well as others this community, that were not brimming with new and interesting information, so if a lot of people were gathered and you somehow succeeded on podcast no1 then went on to struggle and disintegrate before a second that would be quite a disheartening thing to occur and maybe a bad flag to raise for others in the future.
Imho it would be better if the OP created his own written plan first, some mock/idea things to chat about from what we currently have, or even news from the past, then see how long it takes him to manually enact this in private, see how long he can keep up his chat, time it all, and ultimatly see if he could idd make something that could fill whatever time target he seems a good medium.
i seriously doubt (could be wrong and probably am ofc) that the webosnation podcasts were largely unplanned or unscripted in some small way, i think its like having basically your own personal news station, you'd plan features/reports/things in general rather than just group people and hope for the best.
even if the OP requires a clash of heads for ideas and opinions its probably best to still have a basic plan and or timetable (a script??) that people can view beforehand otherwise its another good idea that ultimatly ends up like several other posts we end up expecting good things from but cant realistically be done.
can anyone else whos willing to help actually come up with some good ideas or features from the news we have now, and more importantly make something of that which can be talked about indepth with others for a suitable length of time?
im not saying its a bad idea at its core, i just meant that its hard, time consuming and the material at hand is amazingly limited and a lot of the material i personally can think of will be minor updates from the ports/internals side, and their minor updates imho would end up taking the biggest chunk of "whats happening with webOS today" in our future. (personally i wouldnt want to keep nudging them for info when their busy with homebrewing or irl stuff)
the above is not meant an attack but simply my personal opinion (largely negative ill grant but not meant in a bad way) and not meant to verbal spark attacks etc, just my opinion of the dificult topic at hand.