The site naming question² for the webapps area51 site will be open to the public in four days (and, through APIs, is already available for read-only access). I do not think this is a wise idea.
Making this discussion open and public is nice and fluffy and community and all, but there is a problem. Say "appsblah.com" was leading by a largeish margin¹ -- enough to predict where things are going but not enough for those putting the money on the table to actually make the call.
What is stopping people from registering this domain before Stack Overflow Internet Services, inc does in the attempt to maybe raise a cheap buck?