Whilst in principle this could be done, and I'm willing to do this in principle if I absolutely have to, I have reservations I'd like answers to first before I'd consider it:
Whilst other julia orgs start with the name julia, and therefore someone in the julia community may say it bugs them and objectively on the criteria of consistency it should be renamed, it is only consistent from the point of view of someone inside the julia community.
As a biologist, the vast majority of biology projects in other languages begin with 'Bio'. BioPerl, BioPython Bio++, BioRuby, BioJava, BioJS, BioSwift, BioDocker, BioLinux. In-fact the only project I know of that breaks that convention is rust-bio.
So as a biologist, who started BioJulia with other biologists with the intent of making computers and bioinformatics no longer suck for biologists that traditionally do not want to program, do I (we) say consistency with the other julia orgs is more important, or do I (we) say consistency with how projects are named in biology - biologists after all being the end users - is more important?
These reservations make me want to open it up to a vote at the very least before anything is done. But it's been BioJulia for a long time, I've been promoting it at universities and academic institutes in England as BioJulia for a long time...