This has been good so far in getting my projects somewhat organized, although to my chagrin it hasn't done as well at helping me finish them.
For myself, and you the reader, here is a list of current projects I hope to chronicle here and eventually complete.
-The Beuttlerian (et al) Setting
Based on the Microlite20 mechanics, the Beuttleria setting combines a lot of tall tales made up over the course of my college career, some vague background invented for Dagorhir, and my gaming group's desire to have a relatively familiar world, free of magic, and devoid of most of the more dogged tropes of the roleplaying world.
This is an attempt to take the world of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, and convert it to use Microlite20 mechanics. Yes, I'm working on a lot of Microlite20 lately. It just fits what I need a system to do, without making life too complicated (I'm looking at you, 3.5!) or insulting my intelligence too much (I'm looking at you, 4E!)
If you've been following along, you can probably guess that this is an adaptation of the world of Brian Jacques' Redwall books into the Microlite20 system. There is a fairly finished version to be found on the M20 forums here. I might go back and fix it up a bit, but it is, as of right now, playable.
These are two projects I want to get back to, but with my other projects and my lack of focus on these two specifically, it's going to be some time before I've finished up enough other projects, or gotten enough inspiration for these, to keep going on them.