Last year we discussed the possibility of changing the name of the site, first in Do we want to change the name of this site? and then in Do we want to change the name of this site? A follow-up.
In the latest post, the consensus seemed to be about not changing the domain name (i.e. site URL), but changing the name of the site itself to "Quantum computation and quantum information". The rationale is to have a title that more closely reflects the actual scope of the site, which isn't just about quantum computation but also about the more general subject area of quantum information science. The name is admittedly a bit long, but I asked specifically about it and it shouldn't be an issue. If anyone has any idea about possible better alternatives feel free to voice them here, of course. One could argue that "Quantum computation and information" specifies essentially the same scope and is less redundant. I personally find it a more awkward terminology, but again, please voice any dissenting opinion or alternative ideas.
We reached out to the CMs which gave us confirmation that this is indeed possible, and if we agree on going forward with it, could happen in the not-so-distant future. The purpose of this post is therefore to make sure we still have a consensus, since some time passed since the last post. Also, the question is now more grounded, meaning that if we reach a consensus here this most likely will happen (whereas last time it was still a bit more up in the air whether we'd actually get a green light from CMs about it).
Please upvote/downvote the answers to show your agreement/disagreement with the various proposals.