Length of Lost in EVE aside, Hans Jagerblitzen and Seleene appear on the episode, for about an hour and twenty minutes. From 0:28:00 to 1:49:00.
The interesting part of the podcast is where the hosts, Jade and Rundle, ask Hans and Seleene to rate the involvement and contributions of each of their fellow CSM members. It begins at 1:11:20. Hans is unable to answer for over twenty seconds. It actually sounds like he's choking on his own spit, the prospect of saying anything about anyone that might cause someone to be angry with him is causing all sorts of discomfort.
So for the next ten minutes, the hosts lowball the requirements of the question, so that Hans can give them some sort of answer. Seleene seems to think assigning everyone a colour is acceptable. Eventually Hans and Seleene agree that there are six CSM7 members who are doing a good job, and seven who shouldn't be on the council.
Bravo, Hans and Seleene. Genitalia, confirmed. Nutsack, still missing.
The only two they're willing to name explicitly for not contributing are Issler and Darius III. But those two are easy. Everyone and their pets know they were wasted votes. So calling out those two, while keeping the other five names a secret, is no information at all.
Although, not stated on this podcast, both are completely unwilling to throw anyone under the bus because they don't want to create a bad working relationship with any of their fellow CSM members. Which would be fine if all those CSM7 members were actually doing things of value. But as stated during those uncomfortable ten minutes, there are seven CSM7 members who aren't doing much of anything at all. So why be worried about a working relationship with someone that isn't showing up to do any work?
Hans even suggests the following to CSM8 voters:
[1:21:30] "The advice to voters the next time around, is [to] keep an eye on the people that are already doing the job. Not the people that want the job, [but] the people that are already doing the job and just want to be able to do it with greater access and greater information and take it to the next level."If Hans isn't going to name any names, erring on the side of being nice to everybody, then the voters are left to guess which six busted their asses and which seven did not. Do the six that did bust their asses really want to be running CSM8 campaigns against the seven who did nothing? Maybe the electorate get it wrong, assume that Elise is one of the no-gooders, and that Dovinian is a do-gooder. That would be a terrible tragedy.
Whatever happened to transparency? Call them out now. They'll either continue doing nothing, or they'll get the kick in the pants that spurs them into being contributors.
They did eventually make a few comments on each of their fellow representatives, so some reading between the lines (and telling silences) will have to do for now.
To sum up their responses on each CSM7 representative:
Hans Jagerblitzen: (Getting representatives to scorecard themselves is ridiculous.) He obviously feels he is hard-working. (I wouldn't disagree.) Would he want to see someone just like himself on CSM8? Yes.
Seleene: Hardworking. Has a Pandemic Phone to Soundwave and Unifex. CSM8, yes.
Greene Lee: Language barrier to the max. Doesn't spend much time communicating with CCP. Seleene and Hans hear that he might be doing a bunch of translating to Russian players. (I wonder, if he can't speak English well, how does he translate what he has trouble understanding in the first place.) In an effort to not sound negative, they both give him the benefit of the doubt. CSM8, no.
Darius III: CSM8, no.
Elise Randolph: The super-nerd of CSM7. Excellent at all things ships. (We all knew this though.) CSM8, yes.
Issler Dainze: CSM8, no.
UAxDEATH: A long silence. Hans gives the floor to Seleene, "You know him better than me." That's not the sort of thing you'd hear if the guy showed up on the Skype channel regularly. Would seem that he is mostly absentee. CSM8, no.
Two Step: Hard working. Neither have an issue with his input. (I was disappointed that he does not actually do the job of Secretary, and Hans has to pick up all that slack as Vice-Secretary.) CSM8, yes.
Meissa Anunthiel: Dropped off the face of the earth. CSM8, no.
Kelduum Revaan: Five full seconds of silence. A lot of lip smacking and umming and awing, as Hans and Seleene figure out some positive spin. That says all there is to say about Kelduum. His only contributions have been towards the corporate management UI and something to do with mineral compression. (And to claim that Kelduum knows how to retain new players is a falsehood. His solution is, "Get them into EVE University." He has no clue how to retain players if EVE University is not part of the process.) CSM8, no.
Dovinian: Was involved with mineral compression with Kelduum. His only contribution, apparently. CSM8, no.
Alekseyev Karrde: Hard-working. Invaluable. CSM8, yes.
Trebor Daehdoow: Workhorse. CSM8, yes.
So there's the six representatives that Hans and Seleene would be glad to serve with on another CSM (assuming each were to run again), and there are the seven reps they think should not run again.