Lets have some topics then (it's pre-eCLA Summit if that helps)
Define Simplicity and Complexity - Here's some homework for everyone, make a couple of slides that give your definition of Simplicity and Complexity. This is my new area of focus. I think there are decisions made that accumulate and amplify. So individually something may cause a slight increase in complexity, but when it is in tandem with 5 other somethings this can increase the complexity not by +5, but by *5 and even sometimes by ^5. I'm seeing this in a design rescue job I'm doing now.
Slide #1 What is Simplicity?
Slide #2 What is Complexity?