It's like Twitter, for recording things that happen in your project, stored in it's version control repository.
If you use JetBrains IDEs, you may find the Pottery Idea Plugin more convenient.
pottery command to record significant events in your project with short,
Twitter-like posts (which we've nicknamed "sherds").
Sherds are stored in a subdirectory of your project as Markdown files.
The default directory is
docs/project-history, but you can specify a
different directory when you initialise the history log.
Create a directory in the root of your project:
This will create a directory named
Post interesting events
pottery post Alice joined the project
This will create a new Markdown file in a dated subdirectory and file within
docs/project-directory. If you don't write any text after the
postcommand, Pottery will open the new file for editing in your editor of choice (as specified by the VISUAL or EDITOR environment variable).
Post more events, when they occur.
pottery post Bob left the project pottery post The company merged with MegaCorp, stopped selling widgets and started promoting doodads.
Over time, you will build a record of the non-technical influences that affected the project over its lifetime.
For further information, use the built in help:
See the tests for detailed examples.