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Auditioning Github Projects

by Miriam Suzanne in , , , , , .

Github recently released a set of new project-management features, including improved code-reviews and kanban-style “project” boards for prioritizing issues, and visualizing progress.

We’ve been using Pivotal Tracker for a long time now, and it works well for us, but we decided to try out Github Projects for our OddSite Open-Design process.

My first impressions are mixed. There’s a lot to like about these new features, and the ability to organize issues — but the flow doesn’t feel well-integrated yet. We’ll write about the experience in more detail once we’ve had more time to live with it.

Miriam Suzanne a process manager, user-experience designer, and front-end architect, and co-founder of OddBird. She is the creator of Susy, and co-author of SitePoint’s Jump Start Sass.

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