Since Tolkien's death, his son Christopher Tolkien has edited and released a considerable amount of additional writing by his father. His intent is to shed light on the creative process of compiling Middle-earth and the stories set therein. To do so he has chosen to organise them roughly in terms of writing date and to mix fiction and fact, drafts and essay-writing to aid understanding.
However, this makes life difficult for people who are primarily interested in the mature fictional elements of Tolkien's work rather than the creative process. Some of the material published in the History of Middle Earth and other volumes, such as Unfinished Tales, would clearly add a great deal to the narrative of the Silmarillion or the Lord of the Rings appendices if it was read in a coherent order following the fictional history of Middle-earth rather than the actual history of its creation.
This question, In what order should Tolkien's writings on Middle-earth be read? has some relevant answers. But it seeks to establish a book-based reading order for those new to Tolkien's wider legendarium. I'm hoping to find all of the fictional elements from all of his published works and have them listed by in-universe chronology to make a coherent narrative.
Has anyone ever tried to organise the finished versions of the fictional elements of the History of Middle-Earth into an order following events in that legendarium from beginning to end?