UPDATE 4/21: There's now a poll set up for voting on this proposal: http://webchick.net/node/83. Open until April 28.
UPDATE 4/28: We have a winner.
Back at DrupalCon San Francisco, when this group was created, we spent a fair amount of time discussing the name of it. We wanted it to be inclusive of all "non-straight" identities, and so we went for the most inclusive acronym we could think of: Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans[gender|sexual] Queer (I've also seen "Questioning") Intersex.
I very strongly support the spirit of this group's name. However, the practicalities of it create some challenges:
It's pretty much impossible to either remember or communicate verbally the URL to this group. This makes it challenging to bring new people on board, and to keep an existing community around and thriving.
Not all LGBTQI people are aware of the acronym LGBTQI. It therefore can work against our stated ideal of inclusiveness because people don't realize the group exists and is for them.
When trying to coordinate at conferences on Twitter and similar, #queerdrupal has obvious immediate meaning, #lgbtqi could be misspelled #glbtqi or #glbt and now you have a big-ass coordination mess on your hands. :)
So. Thoughts? Is it possible to improve the "usability" of this group without making individuals feel unwelcome?