You guys are literally acting like the kid killed a cop, shat on his helmet, gave the helmet to his widow, stole the helmet back from the widow, and then shat on it again, and you're all just high-five'ing the murderer-helmet-shitter all over! I'm literally not saying this as hyperbole, it's literally what you guys are doing, yeah!
Well that's just bad reading comprehension. The next sentence "(distancing use of "identifies" courtesy of Cleveland.com") makes it obvious it's being used sarcastically because yes, identifying as Muslim makes you Muslim while the publication uses distancing language to imply that he just believes he is one but has no proof or whatever.
I find BitBucket a much superior alternative, so I haven't hosted anything in GitHub for a while. It also allows closed repos, which, while not great for open-source, it's great when I just want to put my grocery list in a repo for whatever reason.
But I can't guarantee that it hasn't, or won't in the future do the same as the hub of gits and go Full Retard... crackdown mode policing.
Step 1: Send FOIA request to FBI to get these "secret" documents. Step 2: Laugh as the FBI sends these documents fully redacted with black ink. Step 3: Download the unredacted documents from their original sources or any other uncesored source. Step 4: Reply to the FBI, saying that their document was unreadable, so you did them a favor and removed all of the black ink for them. Attach said unredacted document. Step 5: Hilarity.
Can you maybe please give the job to ship the printers to your legal department, as opposed to your support team? They seem way more enthusiastic about sending C&D letters, maybe they can use the same energy to speed up the shipping of the 3d printers?