Thanks Justin, it looks fun :)
I added few more cards in the board and did some edits. Please check.
On Mon, Jul 2, 2018 at 7:57 AM, Justin W. Flory <jflory7(a)gmail.com> wrote:
As discussed earlier this week, I set up a Trello board for us to use
specifically for Fedora Women's Day, to track tasks and ongoing work.
The board is set up as a basic kanban set-up with four columns:
* Backlog: Tasks which cannot be worked on yet (but need to remember)
* To do: Tasks that can be started on
* In progress: Tasks that are started (should be assigned to someone)
* Done: Tasks that are complete
I invited most members of the team actively involved with planning – you
should have an email invitation, or if you sign into Trello, you should
have access. The board is public and anyone with an account can also
comment on cards, even without being a member.
Some examples are set up there to help us get started. I may have missed
some things. Feel free to add new cards or details to existing ones (for
example, the resource package card has a check-list of some suggested
Originally, I tried to use Taiga but found it difficult to work with
because it was heavily customized for software projects. The user
documentation for this use case was not helpful to me either. So I
decided to use Trello in favor of using a tool that would require less
fighting to get started and using it.
This should help keep us more organized and easier to track smaller
pieces of FWD planning outside of the main ticket in our Pagure. Let me
know if you have any feedback or questions on the board!
Justin W. Flory
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