Wiki’s should never run your projects.

They are a starting point, perhaps an informal collection of ideas.

But once you start committing tasks to them, and putting work onto them you’ve now tasked yourself with the role of constantly updating them to show progress when what you should be doing is delivering the work to get done.

Once you start managing the tasks and their display, you’re no longer doing your best work.

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