Want a name, here are a few: Camel, Druid, Beetle, Quetzalcoatl, Omaha. You can even use a random website name generator, or character name generator to get names that don't mean anything but are readable.
Camel is an especially bad example, as there is already an Apache project by the same name, plus the Caml dialect of ML (of which OCaml is a much more popular descendant). Not to mention the animal, the brand of cigarettes, and the prog rock band...
Personaly I find...
Camel = Bad
Camel Reverse Proxy = Better
But again it's personal taste
Their SQL server is called SQL Server. Their MVC framework is called MVC.
Meanwhile their team messenger has changed names like 12 times.
And anything dev-y gets swallowed into the Azure brand.
YARP is a huge step up. If they'd followed their typical approach, this would be either "Reverse Proxy" or "Azure RequestFlows"
I guess it's personal taste.
It implies they know that the space is already pretty crowded. Yet, they find there was place for yet another because they bring an angle or feature that is worthy of existing.
In open source I assume anyone calling something “yet another X” is acknowledging that other X type programs exist, but don’t fit the needs or scratch the itch for the creator. You can take it or leave it.