Wanted to point to 2 things I found today. First is doing project management on Github and avoid using a separate tool for that. In such cases where that is used, the code repo’s may be elsewhere. Here’s the article:
Which is discussed on HN: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=28258515
In the HN discussion thread there’s a pointer to the new Github Issues Beta feature (which is closed invite-only still). It looks really good, but also it is yet one more example of how Github is turning their platform into a walled garden with FOMO barriers to move your stuff elsewhere and miss out on the great features.
(I might reformulate as: GH’s next step in their own vision of United Software Development)