According to his website:
Chris Baty accidentally founded National Novel Writing Month in 1999, and oversaw the event's growth from 21 friends to more than 300,000 writers in 90 countries. Chris now serves as a Board Member Emeritus for NaNoWriMo, teaches classes on writing and creativity through Stanford University's Writer's Studio, makes posters, and endlessly revises his own novels and screenplays. He's the author of No Plot? No Problem! and the co-author of Ready, Set, Novel. His quest for the perfect cup of coffee is ongoing, and will likely kill him someday.
Have you ever "accidentally founded" (or created or devised) anything?
Uh. Not me.