Is there a technique or software (referably text-based) for tracking a list of side projects?
Side projects, unlike things that "need to be done" or small pleasures, makes a long and complex list. There is never enough time to work on them, and more than often they wait months (or even years) before "the right time comes". In the meantime, often a list of sub-ideas is gathered, or some research is done.
My main goal is to write down projects, so:
- I can release some burden of thinking,
- I won't forget,
- I will see how it works or if there is a progress,
- I will be able to share the list (some, all?).
Their initial stage may vary, as well as importance, and the amount of work that need to be done.
I was thinking about using notes in MarkDown and putting them on Git, but this solution does not allows to sort quickly with respect to importance or freshness (and does not allow to filter, with respect to tags).