Do you find your self often in tiny 2-4- or even 1-man-projects?
Of course also such small projects have its todos - things which popup in your mind but you don't want to address immediately. So you start a good, old todo text file and everything is good ... unless the file reaches 2 to 3 screen pages and you start loosing the overview ...
So you pick one of the great issue trackers freely available out there? With SQL database, web server & issue formulars?
Plainion.Forest puts itself in between - between simple todo text files and real issue trackers. It is
- simple desktop application
- uses trees of subjects to structure todos
- allows simple rearange of todos with D&D
- provides separate area for the todo "body"
- saves every todo in a separate file to perfectly support distributed version control systems by minimizing merge overhead
Just download the latest release, unpack it whereever you want and run the executable.
Use the context menu to add and delete items.
Use Drag&Drop to reorganize the tree.