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:
- Tasks performed -- called the "Completed" list;
- Tasks to be performed -- called the "Todo" list;
- Potential tasks -- called the "Options" list.
Personal Kanban can be punitive enough to prevent a project from being neglected.
More information on GNU Savannah.
19 October 2018
Leaders and contributors
|Lorenzo L. Ancora (LorenzoAncora)||Lead developer|
Resources and communication
|Savannah (Ref)||VCS Repository Webview||https://git.savannah.nongnu.org/cgit/kanban.git/refs/|
|E-mail OpenPGP public key||https://lorenzoancora.info/policy/keys/459B0140CFC62CCC3804756E06F4D486B842CD3F.html|
|Weak prerequisite||GNU info|
|Weak prerequisite||GNU grep (egrep)|
|Weak prerequisite||GNU help2man|
|Weak prerequisite||GNU sed|
|Source requirement||Python 3|
|Source requirement||GNU gettext|
|Required to build||Eric Shienbrood's 'more'|
|Required to build||GNU Automake|
|Required to use||Termenu|
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