Moving Our Handbook from GitHub to Trello

Just like we’ve recently moved our internal development process from Scrum to Kanban we are also moving our open source handbook from GitHub to Trello (also publicly accessible and viewable)!

Good times, good times.

When we first started putting things together for this venture I wanted to capture as much as I possibly could about who we were as a company, where we’ve been, and where we’re going to head.

There are so many different ways to do this, but, one way that I had done this in the past was have a publicly-accessible GitHub repo where I could document all that the company was doing and even create a bit of a Employee Handbook for folks that would eventually join us.

But recently we decided to move to Trello (thanks James!) which is a bit easier to contribute to as well as maintain, especially for non-technical folks:

Feel free to take a look!

Trello is a simple tool for collecting thoughts and building lightweight workflows and processes and, if done well, can actually scale quite nicely with a small and agile team (but it’s not great for everything, of course).

Let us know if you have any questions, comments, or feedback! We love trying new tools and if you have any that you’d suggest, we’ll take it!