Here below is the structure I am thinking makes the most sense as a goal. Overall, the structure breaks down into scheduling regular online sessions which can be recorded and then released as podcasts. It is probably a reasonable goal to target a group of moderators / key panelists / core participants getting together online at least once every two weeks to read through Lucretius, which can then be edited and released as the Lucretius Today podcast.
Lucretius can be difficult to follow and will take more preparation than probably makes sense for an "open group" format, so at the same time we can do a regular review of the Principal Doctrines (and Vatican Sayings) from start to finish, and open that discussion to a wider group of participants. This discussion would also be recorded and then edited for release into an Epicurus Today podcast.
We will also want to schedule at some point in the future a new round of the Norman DeWitt "Epicurus and His Philosophy" book review which we held last year.
Some of this is underway, some has been done already and is just waiting for a new cycle, and then some has not yet been implemented. All of it is waiting mostly on sufficient people to indicate interest in proceeding. If you are interested, please indicate your interest and availability in the particular forum. It would be most helpful if you could indicate days of the week / hours of the day when you are most available to participate.