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FinalDestiny says

Right now I don’t have that many themes, but in the future I’m thinking about using a github-like solution, but since the themes are commercial, I can’t use it.

Any ideas/suggestions? :) Something so I can easily patch things, keep track of what to do/what I did, keep track of the versions, etc

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Ivor Envato team says

GitHub has private repositories starting at $7/mo which you can use for this purpose.

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BenSheppard says

Pen and paper

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purethemes says

Yep, I’m using privates repos on GitHub – best thing ever. Plus Asana http://asana.com/ for updates list

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FinalDestiny says

Oh, I think that’s what I’ll get. Will I require a new repo for each theme? Or I can list all of them in one repository?

P.S. If you have any other tools good for improving the work, please share them, I’d really appreciate it. Thks.

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wopethemes says

I’m using window folder and window txt files :D
Folder “theme name”:
– Folder “theme-version” :
– - – Folder “Main theme files”
– - – Folder “Documention”
– Folder “Changelogs”

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FinalDestiny says

That’s obviously not going to work with 5+ themes and lots of versions..Any useful tools that increase productivity % are welcome, c’mon community, don’t keep the info for yourself :D

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KrownThemes says

I tried pen&paper, Wunderkit, Google Task, Toggl and a couple of other apps for productivity, but none were exactly what i was looking for.. :(

I’m currently really unorganized but i really hope to fix this soon .. i’m currently having a look into @puretheme’s asana :)

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