For something over a year, I've been playing my guitar with an alternate tuning I invented, having found myself unable to get anywhere using conventional tuning since my fingers would always brush up against strings they're not supposed to. Unlike some "novice tunings" which e.g. allow major chords to be played easily but make minor chords just about impossible, or which require ten-fret shifts when going between certain chords, this tuning allows all major, minor, and seventh chords to be played easily within a reasonable range (first nine frets, with the first finger confined to the first six).
If anyone's written about or discussed this tuning before, I'd like to read about it [hence the question https://music.stackexchange.com/questions/9456/has-anyone-encountered-g-d-d-f-g-b-tuning-guitar which I hope is on-topic as written]. If nobody's ever written about this tuning before, I'm curious what the most appropriate way would be to solicit opinions about it. I don't wish to be overly vain, but the fact that a novice (myself) could in 48 hours go from not being able to play anything, to being able to play Mermaid Song [Lloyd Weber] and Amazed [Lonestar] would suggest that the tuning does offer some unique advantages which many people may find useful.