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Personal Kanban

Personal Kanban is an agenda based on the Kanban method.

Personal Kanban automatically manages 3 permanent lists of things to do, using the Kanban method for organizing your work. This method is meant for software development and secondarily for other important formal tasks.

In the kanban method, each list is called "bucket" and has a maximum number of elements. In this kanban, the lists are:

  1. Tasks performed -- called the "Completed" list;
  2. Tasks to be performed -- called the "Todo" list;
  3. Potential tasks -- called the "Options" list.

Personal Kanban can be punitive enough to prevent a project from being neglected.

More information on Azure DevOps.



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Leaders and contributors

Lorenzo L. Ancora (LorenzoAncora)Lead developer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
E-mail OpenPGP public keyhttps://lorenzoancora.info/policy/keys/459B0140CFC62CCC3804756E06F4D486B842CD3F.html
DevOps (Ref)VCS Repository Webviewhttps://lorenzoancora.visualstudio.com/Personal_Kanban Azure DevOps

Software prerequisites

Weak prerequisiteGNU info
Weak prerequisiteGNU grep (egrep)
Weak prerequisiteGNU help2man
Weak prerequisiteAppArmor
Weak prerequisiteGNU sed
Source requirementPython 3
Source requirementGNU gettext
Required to buildEric Shienbrood's 'more'
Required to buildGNU Automake
Required to useTermenu


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