No there is not a comprehensive list of all of the Okinawa Kata versions and their sequential movements. To do so would be a monumental task to record all of the movements (as they differ from style to style) of any one kata let alone all of the Okinawa Katas. Would you quantify this down to one Okinawa system (i.e. Ueichi Ryu, Goju Ryu,Seibukan Shorin Ryu) where these styles have standardized their katas and have recorded. If this is more along the lines of what you want I believe there still is no single list of movement by movement for that piticular karate house as I am sure they would want to teach you personally to ensure quality control rather than just some arbitrary practitioner adopting their kata and then claiming they are part of their system. I believe this will be a hostage situation where by you will have to become a student of that school. Just my forward thoughts.