Thinking out loud:
Todo.txt with the Vim plugin gives me most of these except for the first two.
+Projects don’t really do the job for me with regard to subtasks, not nearly flexible enough.
Someone recommended TaskWarrior, but it looks like that doesn’t have subtasks either?
Have been thinking about extending the Todo.txt format in some way to support subtasks, not sure yet what the best way to go about it is. Sometimes I also want the subtasks to be strictly ordered (“show me only the next available subtask in order, not all of them”), sometimes they’re fine unordered. Hmmm…
I seem to be coming closer and closer to realising there really is no “good enough” substitute to it. I started this wiki journey on hearing about org-mode, but thought maybe vimwiki would be good enough… then Joplin… then Logseq… It’s looking likely that org-mode really is the one true answer. I’ll give it a proper try sometime soon.
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