Of course, the comment by David of Tower of the Archmage got me thinking. Of course that line of thought went something like this:
I'd love to run my megadungeon.
My players here aren't into that sort of game.
I could always set up a game on RPOL or some other gaming site
Message board games are slow and people lose interest quickly
Maybe I could email a few friends and get them on board
I tend to get addicted to checking the message board for non-existent updates, wife gets mad.
OK, maybe I won't do it after all.
And my megadungeon stays on the shelf. Sad, but when you're in a city of 4 million people, of whom maybe 1000 at most are native English speakers, and of them apparently the number interested in RPGs is around 5 and I'm already gaming with them, that's life. (And we've tried gaming with English speaking Koreans--it's either unsatisfying to the foreigners because it's slow and a bit dumbed down, or it's unsatisfying for the Koreans because they can't follow everything).