My idea is...

Keyboard Jedi++ (Log keyboard shortcuts per application)

Same as Keyboard Jedi from RoyO here http://osherove.com/blog/2007/6/3/train-to-be-a-keyboard-master-with-keyboard-jedi.html

But with the ability to log the used keyboard shortcuts per application.
Upload them on www.KBJD.com
On the webpage we could:
#1 Collect app specific shortcuts
from Liam http://hackingon.net/post/KeyRef-e28093-A-Keyboard-Shortcut-Reference-Site.aspx

#2 Show statistics and give clues for new shortcuts.
"Hey. 25 people have used 'Ctrl+J' in 'VIM'. You might give that a go!"

PS: Not sure if people feel comfortable with keyboard shortcuts uploaded to the web...

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    Peter GfaderPeter Gfader shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • Brendan ForsterBrendan Forster commented  · 

        Discussed this idea in the JabbR room and we'd like to take the best concepts from it and from the tool being used here (unsure on the name of it): http://vimeo.com/channels/katacasts#7961506

        Some things discussed:
        - can we have this running in the background and export the shortcuts to a video editing program?
        - can we track statistics so that users can see how often the spend backspacing/navigation/using mouse over keyboard etc
        - why not display each keystroke (presenter mode) so that people can follow along in real-time?

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