A few recommendations:

Telesphorus. The name (via false cognates) suggests telecommunications and light, which in this age of the internet, fiber optics, and glowing screens, fits computers well. The name apparently actually means "accomplisher" or "bringer of completion" which would be fitting once the distro is released. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telesphorus_(mythology)

Neto. Easy to say and pronounce. Worshipped by ancient Celts in the Iberian peninsula, which fits Trisquel's origins as being targeted to Celtic-descended people in a region of Spain. Downside for some is that this was a god of war. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neto_(deity)

Ériu. Old name for Éire, the patron goddess of pre Christian Ireland. Its appeal to the Irish and their diaspora could be seen as a feature (since the Irish are the largest Celtic group worldwide) but also a bug, obscuring Trisquel's Galician origins.

Llŷr. Has a very Celtic feel without being too difficult to spell. Too specifically Welsh-sounding?

Clíona (a more accessible spelling of Clíodhna). A pleasant ring to the name, with some pleasant aspects to the myth, such as being a goddess of love and beauty. Downside: some beliefs about her were of her as a banshee, a wailing mourner of the dead. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cl%C3%ADodhna.

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