I can't even explain how frustrated I currently am by their action.
If that doesn't work, many lawyers give free consultations (AFAIK), and there's probably someone willing to take the case in exchange for X% of the settlement.
I immediately made a PR to fix it, but it was a funny and glaring omission. I just didn't realize the link was missing because I wrote it in Markdown and never looked at the rendered version.
Thanks for sharing this.
We should rather be surprised if they aren't using wildly popular tools like Python (although not any particular one, since like in the civilian world different communities tend to pick out a small set of tools to work with, e.g. Google has only 4 or so blessed languages).
I think Public Affairs does not get Github.
Full disclosure: I work in the PAO at RDECOM, of which ARL is a part.
edit: Ah! They hide behind the bar chart diagram icon, /graphs/traffic
The guy looks, imho, a bit like Tony Stark. That's pretty cool, the money quote is this one: "If soldiers eat it, wear it, touch it, fly it, ride it or ship it, we make it." Makers. Gotta love 'em. Funny timing, December 17th is 4 days after my patent pending in cryptography. Then, the press release was same day I offered a small amount for my company, publicly.
Media's taken a few days to catch up, or a few weeks, depending on your POV.
If the code happens to gain traction. I would would then use that flaw to my advantage.