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  • Ask HN: Do you make a work breakdown structure before programming?
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 20 Feb 2024
    I write a hierarchical structured task list (very similar to op) with a neovim plugin I wrote (https://github.com/gsuuon/note.nvim). Sometimes I'll write these items as commit messages, make the changes and check them off as I commit. I mark the current task so that if I get interrupted I can recontextualize fairly quickly.
  • Ask HN: Product management for solo side projects?
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Nov 2023
    I use my neovim plugin note.nvim[1] to brainstorm and plan features as well as track day-to-day stuff. It's one of the few projects of mine that I've spent more time using than building - by a good amount.

    I have a top level ~/notes/projects/foo. When the project is small I just keep everything in a single file. Each feature gets its own item hierarchy and I use folds to manage which 'scope' I'm seeing. After I decide on what (not) to work on, I can mark that node as "won't do" or "pending". When I pick up a task for the day I can deep-link to where I initially brainstormed the feature.

    [1]https://github.com/gsuuon/note.nvim

  • The Notetaking Cold War (2020)
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 25 Aug 2023
    I think if you've spent more than 2 full weeks trying to figure out an effective note-taking system, it's time to just design and build out your own. Nothing will ever be more perfect for you than the one you build for yourself. Mine's at https://github.com/gsuuon/note.nvim

    I just wanted easy daily task tracking and timestamped notes at first, now I slowly add things to it. I can deep-link to items or sections in other files (even at different commits) and have helpers that effectively exposes an API for my tasks. Everything else is just standard neovim things, like using Telescope for finding labeled items.

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