I’m also a bit unclear on why VS Code + the Julia plugin needs its own name. Yes, that existed for Juno = Atom + Julia plugins, but I feel like that may have been more confusing than helpful. Can someone explain why they feel that having a name for this combo is beneficial?
If a name is deemed necessary, note that the original Juno was not based on Atom, but on LightTable, and the name transferred from one IDE to another, so it wouldn’t be unprecedented to keep the “Juno” name while changing underlying IDEs.
There was also once a bespoke Qt-based IDE for Julia called “Julia Studio”. That was a long time ago, so it may be reasonable to reuse the name, assuming that the creators of the defunct Julia Studio would be ok with it.