I'm new to working with raw images, since the Lumix TZ101 is my first camera which can output raw image files, and I'm struggling to make good use of them. I'm quite satisfied when I'm manually adjusting the parameters for individual raw images, e.g. with darktable, but the settings only ever work on that one image; when I apply the same filters to another image with slightly different lighting conditions, it's either too bright or too dark or the contrasts are unnatural.
The TZ101 also does output jpg files, which I fall back to when I don't have the patience to fiddle with the sliders for every single picture I've taken, but the jpegs also have a few downsides: they don't make good use of the available dynamic range (e.g. a bright sky which has great detail on the raw image is just 100% white on the jpg), they are often slightly blurry (even though the raw images are perfectly sharp) and on my last trip, I accidently activated a post processing filter on the camera and now all my jpegs are ridiculously oversaturated.
So I need a way to convert my raw images to jpg with some reasonable settings that automatically adapt to the lighting conditions when the image was taken. What would be a good workflow to do this with as few manual steps as possible?