Over at Leiter Reports, there's an interesting discussion of the lack of venues for publishing discussion notes -- see here. The problem is that few journals these days publish discussion notes (which I take to be distinct from full-length articles that discuss some article or book), and those that do tend to publish only discussions of articles appearing in their journal. What is needed is a journal willing to publish discussions of articles appearing in other journals. BEARS did this, but I suspect it was ahead of its times and that that's what resulted in its unfortunate demise.
Now Jamie Dreier has said that "If there's a lot of interest, I suspect the editors (Dave, Julia Driver, Andrei Marmor, I) would be happy to set up a portion of JESP especially for discussion notes."
Well, who's interested? I certainly am!