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Message 228 - Posted: 15 Feb 2021, 20:15:37 UTC

We've added a Trello board for transparently keeping track of current progress, related to reported issues, requested features and ongoing work items. It's also accessible from the web-page menu, via "Project" -> "Trello".
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Message 230 - Posted: 17 Feb 2021, 11:04:16 UTC - in response to Message 228.  

We've added a Trello board for transparently keeping track of current progress, related to reported issues, requested features and ongoing work items. It's also accessible from the web-page menu, via "Project" -> "Trello".
I can't find any manual on that thing. Never heard of a Trello board before. What do the coloured bars indicate? Progress? People assigned to it?
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Message 231 - Posted: 18 Feb 2021, 23:16:45 UTC - in response to Message 230.  
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What colours do you mean? The labels? If you click on them you can see the names.

Btw. nice to see the progress can't wait of the GPU app :)
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Message 232 - Posted: 19 Feb 2021, 0:55:48 UTC - in response to Message 231.  

What colours do you mean? The labels? If you click on them you can see the names.

Btw. nice to see the progress can't wait of the GPU app :)
[Facepalm] I didn't try clicking on them.

Although I'm not too sure about "design" and "to do". Doesn't "to do" mean not started yet, and "design" mean "in progress"? They seem to be the wrong way round. Everything else is left to right as it progresses.

I see there's a Windows app 0.8 in design. I hope that's non-VB, as my fastest machine can only run a quarter of its cores on VB or the interface is unusable.

I wonder how soon the GPU app is coming out. Depending how good it is, it could blast through everything. I remember when Milkyway@Home made their GPU app, the server couldn't keep up until a few upgrades.
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Message 233 - Posted: 19 Feb 2021, 21:03:07 UTC
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So, based on how one defines column meanings, they could stand for different things.
"Design" in this case means something that's at a "whiteboard" stage, for features which actually need a bit of forethought and planning before becoming ready to be picked up, subject to available resources.
"Backlog" is before "Design" because it means a feature that needs to be worked on, but is either not in a state that can be picked up, or is not prioritized, relative to the stuff that's currently in progress, testing etc.
"To Do" is for stuff that's passed the "Design" stage already or is ready to be picked up next, because its progress is high enough, relative to items from the "Backlog" column.

The GPU app is going to be from a different line of apps, which addresses the Kryptos problem differently. Kryptos Aristotle is a Kryptos Plato on steroids kind of ... :)

All of the Kryptos Aristotle apps are going to be non-Virtual Box ones, according to the present plan.
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