I work as a code developer for an enterprise. Normally, I when the client asks for a new feature or a bugfix, I write it down on a piece of paper, and then I copy it in an Excel file. When the task is finished, I write down the version of the software in which the feature was released. The problem is that this workflow is error prone.
For software version control I always use Git.
I am looking for a tool that would enable me to better keep track of my "todos", with a priority, expected date, software version in which it is finally implemented, etc. I looked around the internet, but I didn't find what I am looking for, as most of the tools I see are not-free or hosted in external servers.
I really need something simple, but with these minimal features:
- Free (open source would be nice)
- Locally hosted
- Integrated with Git if possible, to better track the changes in the code
What is not needed: