Of course John will have a stake in the LNAB -- he's the one who will have to take the PPP off if it's to be changed!
As one of the few members of the Euroaristo pre-742 project, I believe I'll be involved with these profiles over the long term but it won't be fast! Now that the pre-BCE profiles have pretty well been deleted, the post-BCE profiles need to at least be sensible, linked to the correct relatives, and refer people to where they can get more information.
Yes, Roman profiles have been steppingstones for people who want to connect Welsh legends, European aristocracy, Byzantine emperors, Arabian caliphs, Jewish Babylonian exilarchs, and Biblical characters. It's all fascinating and the best place to make those connections would be a series of free-space profiles, where the primary narrative can be about the authors of the material and what they sought to accomplish rather than the lists of names themselves! I actually got started on genealogy as a teenager mapping out the descendants of Adam in the Bible. I had a huge chart created when along came the Flood and wiped out everyone but Noah and his family. I don't think I've wanted to create a huge chart since!
Oh, and having something like this to do alone is pure recreation for someone's introvert tendencies. I do this sort of thing to re-charge my batteries after having intense discussions about categorization!