Or do it GNU style, QHIM -> QHIM home infra manager.
But no, lets name it after a common object.
Yes, unless you say it like Professor Frink.
Really curios why nowadays devs can't find unique names for new things and try reuse widely used "1000 words".
This project evolved from this experiment. The server runs a set of monitoring scripts at regular intervals and generates a CSS file that can be applied to your diagram (or optionally re-applied at periodic intervals).
It's very lightweight, written in Rust and barely uses any resources on my Pi 1B. It's also very configurable and I plan on adding a few more features to reduce the amount of configuration for traditional home networks.
A lot to unpack here.