I have several years of notes, tasks, logs, etc in ~/notes/org. I now also have nearly 1,000 files in ~/notes/roam and I’m considering mashing them both together.
This started when I was writing a new TODO in my giant tasks.org file and I really wanted to include a link to my org-roam notes about the client (and of course also see a backlink later when visiting the client file).
My original thought when keeping them separate was that org-roam was to be for a sort of “Zettelkasten” and I didn’t want it cluttered up with quick notes, completed TODOs, etc. But who am I kidding, my Zettelkasten, if I’m being honest, is nothing more than a fancy word for “pile of all my notes”.
So, given the loose, non-academic approach to my org-roam database, I’m wondering what risks I might not be anticipating by moving my dozen or so org-mode agenda files into my org-roam database.
Sorry if this is all a bit vague. I’m just looking for a little help thinking through this.