Last year the OneNote marketing team started a contest to see how developers and enthusiasts used the OneNote SimpleImport API and the OneNote command line switches to create powertoys that worked with OneNote 2003.
The contest generated some great buzz and people were excited to see who would win and what powertoys they created. I was working with the marketing team to test these out and help judge a winner. Around December of 2005 we had selected the winners and we were working with them to get a final prografully developed, tested and posted on the OneNote 2003 Powertoys site on Office Online.
Then things got messy:
In hindsight there are a few things I would do differently with this contest. I have realized that some of the powertoys will have to be rewritten for OneNote 2007 and it was a pie in the sky goal to have all of the powertoys working with OneNote 2003 & OneNote 2007.
From here on out I would like to get in touch with the winners and publically announce the winners so that everyone can see what came of this contest. They can contact me and we can get their most recent code posted on our website and I can link people to the powertoys. We never forgot about this contest and we still are reaching out to the community.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.