GitScrum Lifetime deal


#41

Yeah, my plan is to give access to clients so that they can follow up on the project.

Mostly to solve two problems.

  • having to go thru multiple strings of emails to settle disagreements about what was said at any given point in time.

  • to make their feeback easier to follow up per task. Specially when it evolves images and docs.


#42

Got you, that makes sense. To be fair, if you just provided access to a board, I doubt it would be difficult for them to use at all.


#43

Yeah, might be.
I’m gonna test the permissions ordeal.


#44


#45

I’ve just remembered that GitLab offers great project management with pretty much all of the features I need. Despite preferring Gitea to GitLab due to resource usage, if I can consolidate two applications into one, then that’s ideal.

Edit: Just found out that to access the majority of the project management tools, it’s $99/m per user. Fuck that.


#46

Currently I’m sticking to Asana. Something in Gitscrum puts me off… probably because I hate their UI and I’m not sure I want to invest in it hopping for somtime soon, to be an app I WANT to use.


#47

Jira has been the closest thing I’ve found to ideal. Pivotal Tracker looks great, but the pricing scheme isn’t ideal.


#48

Saw someone use it some years ago and IIRC his boss complainer he had to toss some bucks but looked very solid unless my memory fails!


#49

Lavagna looks pretty interesting.