Interesting to hear of this.

Unfortunately we are currently committed to Django 1.11 as it is an LTS, 
but if you're planning on keeping this in-sync with all 2.x releases, then 
that opens up the option to look at using this from 2.2 onwards (that's the 
next LTS).

On Tuesday, 10 April 2018 17:50:17 UTC+2, Scot Hacker wrote:
>
> “django-todo is a *pluggable*, multi-user, multi-group, multi-list todo 
> and ticketing system - a reusable app designed to be dropped into any 
> existing Django project. Users can create tasks for themselves or for 
> others, or create ”assigned tasks” that will be filed into a specific list 
> (public tickets).”
>
>
> That was the original project description, and it hasn’t changed in 10+ 
> years.
>
>
> When I first created django-todo, it was a simple “let’s learn Django” 
> project idea. I open sourced it, it’s been relatively successful, and the 
> project has received numerous contributions over the years (grateful!). 
> When I heard that it wasn’t compatible with Django 2.0, I looked back on 
> that dusty old code and realized it was time for a major refactor/upgrade. 
>
>
> The update started small, but by the end, I had made 75 commits and 
> written the first suite of working tests (finally!). Virtually every 
> module and template has been refactored, I  adopted Bootstrap as the 
> default layout engine, and finally got around to creating a live demo site 
> for the project.
>
>
> django-todo 2.0 requires Django 2.0 and Python 3.x  - no apologies. 
> Unfortunately, this is a backwards-incompatible update (you’ll need to 
> migrate old data manually, if you have any).
>
>
> Hope it’s useful to a few teams or individuals out there. Contributions 
> still very much welcome.
>
>
> Demo site: http://django-todo.org/
>
> Docs: http://django-todo.readthedocs.io/
>
> Github: https://github.com/shacker/django-todo
>
> Demo host site (which runs django-todo.org): 
> https://github.com/shacker/gtd
>
>
>

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