Personally, I posted a bunch of prompts. I wrote 2 poems and 3 stories:
"The Brightest Star in the Sky" flash fiction 863 words, a Northern myth, $25 or 25 TW Credits
"Blink birds" Southern poem about wildlife, 10 lines, intended to be publicly visible
"Pickled" flash fiction 872 words, a Southern story about licenses,
"The Cost of Tears" Southern poem about betrayal, 16 lines,
"Odds and Ends" flash fiction 870 words, Northern story about belonging,
Of these, the poem "Blink birds" is intended for public view. "Odds and Ends" has a sponsor interested, so that one is expected to become publically visible. The other pieces will probably become "supporters only" perks, visible to people who are putting money into the Torn World economy and thus funding our creative ventures. All of this, of course, is pending approval from the canon board. The approval process usually entails some minor edits. Material can be posted as "canon" or "non-canon" depending on how accurately it fits into the established setting.
Last year, I completed 3 stories. So yesterday I wrote as many stories in one day as I did all year. That's not as much total fiction, because the stories are mostly shorter; but for me, finishing a story draft is a really important thing to count. I start a lot more stories than I finish. These are small but relatively complete stories: a myth, an important conversation between two age-mates, and a cautionary tale about why Southern license laws are important. Furthermore, these stories check off my "write 3 stories" goal for 2010, although I will try to keep writing more. I'm very pleased with the results.
I hope we do this again!