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As I posted in another question, "Is Trello going to release a Linux Desktop app?",
it's already 2019 and, by the fact that only some hundreds viewed this and the other post and nearly no one commented anything, I suppose Trello remains with only a few people interested on it for Linux... if you are reading this and wanted a version for Linux (like me), please post it here!!
I don't know if you can still proceed with this approach, the client seems to have not received an update for about 4 years, so far as I've read though ("if I got it right"), it's wrapping the web app itself. Have you tried this one back then?
I think using the web version can be very different from a desktop one, eventually this has lead to Paws for Trello ~ the Trello Desktop app.
I have something related in the brewing, although will take a while to finish, there's loads of stuff I'd like to see. This is just the Trello integration from a larger app but it got so complicated that I think it deserves to be respected on its own right as well :)
So it looks as a Trello desktop client at the minute for Ubuntu 20/18 and Win10.
You can have a look if you like, it's not very tested and there's a lot missing, but there's a free (probably for life) trial available. It is FOSS friendly first, and so Ubuntu is the primary platform.
I have created builds for 20 and 18, sure I'll fix a good bunch of bugs just over the coming fortnight. Might be a good starting point for a coder still ...
Just to be clear - Trello is a service which you connect to. Trello itself works fine with a range of browsers, most of which are available for Ubuntu.
The complaint here is about a Trello desktop application for Ubuntu. Linux remains a niche desktop operating system, albeit one that is quietly creeping up, but it already enables users to use Trello via a browser. And the other methods Trello has. It's just that Atlassian have no client for it yet.
Personally, I would not want a Trello client for Ubuntu. I'd want Trello for Linux (which, frankly, is not a huge divergence from Trello for Mac), as I don't use Ubuntu at all.
Same as Sourcetree for Linux... (although I went off that a while ago)