I’ve always like Trello. I’ve used it for many projects and enjoyed the flexibility it offered. After reading about how to use Trello as a public product roadmap, I thought that that idea would be a good fit for Paperback. If you look back at the introduction of Paperback last October, I wrote this:
This isn’t a “startup”, it’s a thing that I work on in my free time. I don’t want it to become a full-time job but I do want a respecting relationship between me and you, my customer.
Many startups wouldn’t dare post their roadmap publicly. It’s their secret. But out of respect of you and to help you help me make a better product, I’ve created a public roadmap for Paperback on Trello. I’d love for you to participate by commenting or voting on feature requests or issues you’d like to see addressed. The public can’t add cards or lists to the board but if there’s something you’d like to see on the roadmap, please email me.