Clearly an AOF for Me
I would clearly call that an AOF for me.
First off I find that subprojects get too confusing to manage and handle so I prefer to see a very flat structure of all the projects I might need to do. Second, just because it is going to eventually be done doesn't mean it's not an AOF now. Roles and responsibilities change over time. They are not meant to be as static list you never can adapt.
I'd say put it as an AOF, flatten out your projects by making most or all of your subprojects full projects just put some in Someday/Maybe for now and go forward. If it isn't working for you then change it later.
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