> Organizations that use .com domain names may omit the .com suffix. For example, Contoso.com would use Contoso instead of Contoso_com, but Contoso.org would use Contoso_org.
Opensource coummunities prefers using .org domain name, and of course they don't have an IANA-assigned EID. For example, OpenBMC uses openbmc.org. In such cases, can the .org suffix be emitted? It's pretty sure that there wont be a company named something like "OpenBMC". Current naming rule adds cruft to open source implementations I think.
In the OpenBMC case, I think it's fair to assume "OpenBMC" is unique in that there will not be other variants like "openbmc.com" or "openbmc.net". So, omitting ".org" should be okay.
However, there may be other needs to highlight further distinctions. For example, lets say the company Contoso is making modifications to OpenBMC for their own purposes and they're introducing additional OEM extensions. They might need to call it "Contoso_OpenBMC" to differentiate themselves from their own non-OpenBMC designs, which they may simply call "Contoso" in the OEM object.