I know probably nobody cares about project management as much as I do, but in case you're curious how I've managed my game dev process, I'm starting a new repository for a new project. Since do a semi-open dev kind of thing, you can watch me populate the tasks and see how I set things up here: https://gitlab.com/voidspiral/atsd/boards
I'll also answer any questions about why I use software dev tools for tabletop roleplaying games.
I thought I was the only one that nerdy. Thank you for sharing. Kanban ftw.
@FASA_Andrew_1879 Absolutely! I used to use Trello, but that wasn't leet enough for my hax. Plus, Gitlab has better integration with (guess what) Git.
I've been known to flowchart the story paths for modules I've written.
@FASA_Andrew_1879 A man of culture. The only true way to design is with flowcharts.
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