All I can say is that it is an intriguing suggestion, and I am certainly interested to hear the opinions of others as to how we might proceed here.
There are a number of ways of doing this on-line - Facebook group, Google group sharing with google docs, blog site (private if needed), and even one place I know of that has a writer's forum where I think I could beg for and get a sub-topic started.
I've also seen a few "cancer survivor" writing sites and a large number general writers support groups.
The real problem with a writers group is getting a committed leader and a core group of people contributing to the group. In my experience critical mass for such a group is usually 5-8 active members.
In the back of my mind I've had the thought of making the effort of collecting stories and editing them into a book or on-line resource. I've also had the thought of driving up to Todd's place with my computer, camera, microphone, and making him write/tell his story (same with David and others). Sadly, my day job just doesn't give me the time at the moment to do or lead that kind of thing and I have other conflicting priorities.
sigh ... so many worthy projects and not enough hands to do them.
Still, if anyone has writing about
PC they like to get feedback on, feel free to email me and I'll do what I can.