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Occasionally the order of to-do lists matters, but the plan of "do whatever isn't blocked by another task, repeatedly" also works

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@sjb

Interesting. Does this lose direction of the overall project however?

@amerika It works well for me personally because I can choose the tasks I'm feeling motivated to do each time, which means I do them a lot faster.

For a bigger project with several people, I'd chunk the to-do list into "version bins" like:
- Immediate fixes
- Next feature release
- Later version
- Crazy far future
...and allow tasks to be moved between bins if circumstances change.

@sjb

(blinks)

I do the same thing -- unconsciously assigning version numbers -- and am frequently saying "well that's for the 2.0 release."

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