Yes, @WishArya, 25-30 minutes should work perfectly.
Here is what I have in mind:
I will talk about my vision with this project for the first 5 minutes. In the next 5 minutes, I can talk about my current decisions about the architecture of the project and the reasons behind them.
After that, we can have 15-20 minutes of proper, in-depth discussion on:
- The various vulnerabilities of the current architecture, and how to mitigate them (~5-10 minutes)
- Suitability of the current architecture to an open-source project, and what can be changed to make it better & cost-effective (~5-10 minutes)
- Other suggestions, which can be helpful in making architectural decisions for FOSS projects in the future. (~2-5 minutes)
Let me know if this sounds good