No. While I think it is a useful project, it just wore me down. So many things to check, in so many programs, in different versions of programs. Seems like the kind of thing you'd be good at!!!
I think one of the real aggravations was how things may work together. Like maybe you have a certain program in front, but some commands will affect the playback of music or something. It's been a long time so I'm not sure. It makes sense that some things would do this, but it mostly just gave me a headache trying to test everything.
Still, if ever completed (well, completed enough) it could be a handy reference for customization. People could remove items that do the same as other things or that don't do anything on a given device. So I now have two versions of my Dvorak layout. Things on the Mac version may be removed from the iOS version if they don't do anything or do the same thing as something else.