1. Have you used Microsoft OneNote to organize a campaign, gaming group, or homebrew setting? It would occur to me that it would make a lot of sense to use such a program to do the organizational tasks.
2. I am presently starting a new campaign (my first, official gaming group campaign, actually) and I will be using my own homebrew setting called Brenham. I would love to open this campaign world up and make it a persistent setting and allow LJDMs to create and play around in it.
My thought is, I can create a community for the campaign world, submit the opening information and data for the setting, then open up the field to new ideas, places, cities, events, plots, etc. As these are posted to the comm, I will update a master OneNote set of notebooks with the information and periodically make these available for download.
Would anyone be interested in participating with this OneNote experiment? Brenham is a traditional fantasy setting but I am open to just about all ideas that would relatively work inside the setting. If there is anyone interested at all, I'll go ahead and set it up.