I had written a little package called Delve to enhance the experience of “browsing” or “collecting” org roam notes (which I like to call Zettel). It’s basically a list application, where you can search the database and insert its results in the same buffer, like opening a directory in dired.
Since V2 is now taking over, I feel that this approach is not working anymore. If you can have result sets with thousand nodes (=Zettel), it does not make sense to list them in a buffer.
On the other hand, I feel the need to have some kind of “entry point” or “dashboard”, and I am sometimes dreaming of a simple way to collect notes by quickly adding them on a stack (which was one of the basic functionalities of the soon-to-be-outdated package mentioned above). But then, I feel that org roam links can most easily and most powerfully handled in org mode buffers, which is actually what I do when I collect stuff and work with my notes. And it works fine.
So my question is: Do you guys see any need for a kind of “dashboard” entry point, or something to explore the Zettelkasten, and what exactly do you think would be needed? Do you miss some functionality of that sort, and how would you want to integrate it into your workflow? I need some ideas to move Delve to the next level, or to abandon it. Interested in your thoughts!