Renaming the Bro Project
The Bro Project is seeking community input for the new name. While “Bro” was originally meant as an Orwellian reminder of the risk that any monitoring fundamentally entails, it has more recently gained a very different, and quite offensive, reputation (“Bro culture”). To avoid facing instant negative impressions with new users that aren’t aware of the history, the Leadership Team has decided to seek a name change. For more information about the decision to change the name, see our blog post:

We are accepting proposed names from the community for two months (due Monday December 4th). The Leadership Team will review the list of possible names and narrow it down to 5 finalists. We will announce the finalists and take a second round of feedback from the community before making the final selection. We hope to announce the new name within the next major release.

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Why are you proposing this name? Does it have a story or symbolism that is meaningful to the project?
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By submitting a suggested name, you acknowledge that, should Conservancy and the Bro Project select that name and start using it as a trademark, you hereby disclaim any and all ownership of or rights to that name under copyright and trademark law, both in the United States and in any other jurisdiction.
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