Don't start by pointing me to whatever Lucasfilm's official timeline is. That's not exactly what I'm asking here.
There are several different Star Wars canons at this point. Many times, they simply cannot jive. Up until shortly before the Disney takeover, there was a sort of attempt to make everything fit, which sometimes caused some real headaches.
But has anyone (or, more likely, some group, since this would entail a ton of work) attempted to produce and publish a regularly-updated series of timelines for each known canon, showing where they intersect and where they split?
Obviously, there would be some things that fit together with minor finagling (the first Clone Wars series and Labyrinth of Evil come to mind, with the details of the battle with Grievous being the only major differences), but The Glove of Darth Vader doesn't mesh with the Thrawn Trilogy, which doesn't fit with what we know of the new trilogy. The Force Unleashed seems to contradict all other old EU sources, as well as possibly Rebels. The second Clone Wars series blatantly contradicts the prior comics and books set during the period. Shaak Ti's died multiple times in multiple ways. Droids and the Brian Wood comic exist totally in universes of their own.
Seems like this could be quite interesting, done right. Particularly if so much of the older, semi-invalidated material will still be widely available... and it's safe to say a new wave of fans will be snatching up all things Star Wars come December.