At least for me, if it is a small project I use the GitHub projects tab. I divide the project in 2-5 sections and define everything that I need there. For example for a web server, one section would be manage HTTP requests, another the Database and finally the public folder.
It isn't the best option by far, but it can be a complement to other resources.
Great suggestion! That system does look easy to use. I'd personally prefer a tool that wasn't tied intrinsically to GitHub, but as I find myself using it more practically everything anyway it's probably worth a shot. Thank you!
Oh, they are called kanban, a quick search will give you millions of services almost equal
Ah, that's what I needed! Thanks, I think that's exactly the word I didn't know.
Trello was used on a number of my projects in the past.
Has a decent app as well, if you fancy that kind of thing.
This seems like a great solution, I think it's the route I'll explore first.
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