This is a bit of an aside, but I want nothing to do with Docker and their quasi-corporate, ever-changing structure and pricing, not to mention the daemon that’s always running, the security issues you take on if you want non-root users to be able to run it, the weird stuff it does on your behalf to your networking setup, and the cruft (images) it leaves on your computer. Podman’s OK, if it works for the app you’re trying to use.
kanboard is so simple to host you don’t need any of that stuff. I’ve been using it for ten odd years now across several organizations and for personal projects, and have never had a problem with extensions or upgrades. I self-host a bunch of stuff and it’s one of the easiest on that score.
same, either the screenshots of the interface put me off or the lack of flexibility to adjust to my use case.
I felt lost when Kanboard went into ‘maintenance mode’ but thankfully, we have all collectively changed that including the maintainer, so releases are coming out steadily and more plugins are being developed for more practical use cases.
Well, I tried some of the above, and I’d add Redmine (at least the Base for OpenProject). I work in an pretty confined Environment. Ease of Setup and Support for pure Windows env. with IIS is a go. Setup and run is a blizz, ticks all the Interfaces I need (RSS, Mail, LDAP(S) Web, no Client neccessary etc.
Docker is not favored with our Infrastructure guys. They are just getting to setup an Infrastructure to run that on en enterprise Level on Premises with all the caveats mentioned above. As well, I think it might be strategically the better solution… but Container-knowledge is sparse on these premises.
My Clients looked for a Kan Ban capable Solution. We suggested an Enterprise grade Solution and a timeline that didn’t help the hurt in some projects so we rigged up Kanboard as an intermediate until Jira or alike can take over thee tasks.
Rock solid (if you test the plugins and leave the buggy ones out) easy to Backup and restore… love it.