It's pretty classical stack with Python + Postgres + Redis on the backend and Angular.js for the frontend.
If I may also ask, how did you fund it, and what's your revenue model? I'd like to make the leap one day to having some SaaS revenue, but all the apps I've seen seem (on the surface at least) like pretty hard markets to stand out in...
We're is a worker cooperative, 100% bootstrapped (http://digicoop.io). We expect most of our revenues to come from Kantree.
BTW have you read http://www.reinventingorganizations.com/? It's very pertinent to the kind of organisation you've built according to your team page. I'd be interested to hear your thoughts if you have.
I keep a lot of personal to-do items in private Trello boards. The stuff in there isn't secret (per se), but I don't want it public either.
A big reason for public projects to be free on Kantree because we're big fan of open source software and want to help developers/communicate manage projects in the open.
Going to go give it a second look!
And while this may be a better alternative to Trello, no where do I see why it's a better alternative. It would have be nice to have been sent to a click-through page that explains the reasons why, with maybe comparisons, to back up the title :)
We haven't designed Kantree as a "better alternative to Trello" (this submission isn't ours!), we made Kantree to offer a fully-customizable kanban tool.
https://github.com/libreboard/libreboard, http://kanboard.net/, https://github.com/mezod/multikanban
I get soooo much value out of Trello but have no reason to go onto the paying plans except charity.
The "updating" bar at the top is annoying.
I believe you
Second, I've used the title to compare it to Trello as a click-bait, mostly because you've probably heard of Trello more than Kanban, which is what kantree is.
And Trello is Kanban too, but people would think that Trello actually invented something new, only it didn't... :)