I apologise if you think this is a diversion and don't wish to break rules. I feel that by not explaining the reasons for the commonality of these groups, we cannot devise a suitable name.
The original Black Sheep Genealogical Society gave membership to those who considered their direct ancestors to be black sheep, you could only be a member if you were such a direct descendant. You had to prove it but it could be kept private.The antithesis perhaps to many American lineage societies. Wikitree adopted and then added and altered the original categories. It allowed any member to assign profiles to the category This caused dissension ; why would you call a person who parachuted into enemy territory, joined resistence fighters, was executed and after death awarded high honours in her country a black sheep? Why would you call a woman indicted for the fictitious and superstious crime of witchcraft, a black sheep? Changing the name for the project is good. However without redefining the boundaries we are stuck with the same problem, a project with undefined and contentious boundaries . How can any name encompass it?