I'm actually going to throw out another (admittedly boring) option just in case it's decided that it is best not to use Brick Overflow. How about just:
Many other SE sites have very simple names (e.g. Law, History, Arduino, etc).
I don't think "Bricks" would cause much confusion about what our community is about. Users who aren't logged in would ...
It's a bummer The LEGO Group won't make an exception, but I understand why. When it comes to trademarks and such, there's good reason to avoid confusion between official and unofficial sites.
The ideal name under our naming convention would be "LEGO Stack Exchange". But that's clearly a step backwards when it comes to strengthening the relationship with ...
I think it's very important that our site has an identity and that we respect TLG's wishes.
I like the name Brick Overflow for several reasons.
It had a lot of support and was the most popular name suggestion when the issue was brought up in 2011.
It's clear the site is about LEGO (Bricks) and Stack Exchange (Stack Overflow)
A 'overflow' or abundance of ...
I have upvoted "Bricks" as it seems to be the cleanest, simplest name for this site, and lines up with the established bricks.stackexchange.com URL.
If people want alternatives, how about