As some of you may know, I'm working on a new project, licorice.io. Licorice is a new type of task management app that has never existed before—it does most of the work for you while still leaving you in control. I can't say too much until it's released, but you're going to really really like it.
Licorice won't replace Trello, because it's aimed at IT companies and departments who use support tickets to manage their work. "Tickets" are a paradigm that's 30 years old, and it's time to inject some 2035 into it.
Unfortunately, this means my time on TrelloX has been massively reduced. However there's a lot of people who really like TrelloX, there's been some amazing feedback about new features (thanks!) and there's more sophisticated features I have planned. Like "Undo".
So, it's time to do the right thing, and open source TrelloX. Do you use it? Are you a developer? Would you use it if it had <insert feature here>?
TrelloX still needs a cohesive vision. There are lots of ways to implement features that suck. My original goal was and is for TrelloX to add features that I think Trello (if they ever added features) would add! But it's tricky and scary to add features to a product millions of people rely on. It's hard—But also absolutely possible.
If this sounds like something you want to be part of then I'd love to hear from you.
I'm still absolutely here to help guide the original vision, so I'll be part of the leadership for TrelloX. And hopefully together, we can work together to make Trello even better.
TrelloX repo: https://github.com/sammilucia/TrelloX
— Samantha Glocker, CEO, inventor, dreamer