David Klinghoffer just posted an article today at Evolution News and Views, in which he wrote,
"We have our Kremlinologists who observe the BioLogos website for indications of what ideas, and which people, are up or down in the world of TE."
Kremlinologists? Really? It's come to that? In that case, I suggest a little investigating of ENV is in order. For example, while Dr. Ann Gauger has no reticence in mentioning here at BioLogos that she thinks Adam and Eve may have existed over a million years ago, and may have been members of Homo erectus, I'm pretty sure she's never made mention of that at ENV. A need to hide things from their YEC audience?
Likewise, you will often find attacks against the idea of common descent at ENV. But as far as I know, not once has it been mentioned there that Prof. Michael Behe argues for common descent in his book, The Edge of Evolution. Why? Again, could it be because of their YEC audience?
So, yes, BioLogos isn't completely open about everything going on in their back room (despite Jim Stump's claims to the contrary). But then, neither is the Discovery Institute. And whereas at least BioLogos has a forum where people can post topics of their choosing (usually), ENV has no such place.