Agree with this point. If the functionalities of GP and Trello are the same, it makes sense to keep the project's plan close to the codebase. One thing I see here is that if the repo is public and the author does not have a PRO GitHub account, then the project has to be publicly available (if I'm not wrong). But Trello allows creating private boards. This might be a benefit, I think.
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