Mike, what you call a “polite request” is actually considered by many as veiled threat and was totally unnecessary. All you could have done is changed the package name to Kik-api or something like that and your trademark would still hold. You don’t have to keep censoring the Internet to assert your trademarks:
Over the past few days, EFF and one of our staff technologists, the talented Micah Lee, have had an illuminating back…www.eff.org
We open source devs selflessly keep building these side projects, not for any financial aims, but to advance the craft of programming itself. Now consider how a developer should feel when a person like your agent Bob comes up with such legal threats. I think you are not setting a good example in the FOSS community by doing this.