> I would hope some TU does add 'aur' to the blacklist
> of package names.
That would make sense if the package was misleading, but "aur" is an aur
client for publishing to the AUR. It couldn't have clearer naming.
Have a look at "sex", described as "spouts silly mad-lib style porn-like
text". I'm still wondering what that means.
Bottom line is that packages can be named after anything you want. As
long as they are named the same as upstream, and the software is legal