Kelsenellenelvian, yes, that's the reason why I didn't already go with it. Then on the other side it "Enlights Operating System", if it describes activity nLite -> OS then it makes sense.
For example if someone says WinLite or wLite, that doesn't mean it itself is Windows Lite, it makes Windows Lite.
Ponch, . Weirdly it looks familiar, I mean as a joke suggestion. But after searching, can't confirm it, maybe it was on some IM. Aaanyway...
ricktendo, thx. I wasn't too clear but let's not bind the name to any specific name, be it Windows version (which was mentioned before, and you did not break), or format (WIM).
Because names and support might change, for example there is that ESX instead of WIM and so on.
And it's too technical. Goal is not about editing WIM, it's about editing Windows.
Ok, I hope I convinced myself. Ideas are all good, just saying my piece.
"w" still remains for Windows, so it goes into the cloud of ideas.
aviv00, "super" would be kinda egotistical from my side. Maybe uber-nLite...not.
So my thinking so far is:
best would be to have nLite in the name, and not have any specific version or technology in the name.
So that leaves us with just few letters to not be too long.
I still like nLiteX the most, mainly because it indicates 7-8-9-10(X) and X may mean any version.
Second is nLiteOS, due to the website name, so that people can just type name.com and it's there.
But... I am reluctant on that one due to the reasons already mentioned.
Keep them coming, I'll also reread in a few days and may change my mind.