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Can anyone recommend an issue-tracker-like tool/platform that is well suited also for non software projects?

In concrete terms I'm collaborating with two artists and we're coordinating around the development of an interactive, theatrical piece, including sound, performance, design, space planning, technology ... so looking for something rather generic, needn't be a perfect specialized thing of any kind.

Only looking for free/libre and potentially self-hostable solutions, naturally. :) Thanks for any pointers!

Random report on my ongoing studies of artistic anatomy: Been keeping at it on and off. \o/ That field has a/many weird (parallel) learning curve(s). It's a lot about learning how to learn in addition to the learning itself. Also a lot about developing confidence in one's own abilities. Vaguely considering to put it in some formal context at some point (school or university) as I suspect it'll be a lot more fun with peers. Anyhow, love this and beginning to get really hooked and into the mindset, definitely staying with it. <3

Good Form now supports exporting selections! With the recent additions it begins to feel like a very practical tool, not just R&D - I'm delighted. \o/

New goodie for macOS users: You can now use Cmd+Q to quit :)

codeberg.org/suchbliss/good-fo

Over the last half year I brought my @apertus R&D project on @Blender based automated industrial visualization back into mint condition.

It's been ported to blender 2.82, the server completely rewritten in rust and all the frontend implementation brought up to speed.Today with publishing the macOS and Windows builds the renovation project finally concludes, and I'm super happy. :)

Everyone's expressly invited to build upon the research and make something new and exciting out of the technical foundation provided: Hack it, fork it, make it yours!
github.com/apertus-open-source <3

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