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Discussion on: What's your commit strategy in personal projects?

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Florian J. Isopp

I commit when "something" encapsulated, rather small than big, is done. Programming should be like a series of experiments. So it must be cheap (fast and easy) to try that experiment, and cheap to recover.

Very recently it, I tried the "Projects" feature of github with the default Kanban board.

That's very easy and a simple combination with the git repo. Once again, keep everything about programming/experimenting simple. And github offers a lot of it. So it is worth a try, especially for personal projects.