You don't hate freedom, do you?

The US Department of Defense wants you to contribute unclassified code to software projects developed in support of national security.

Open source and free software represent industry best practices, the DoD said in a statement, even as it acknowledged the agency has yet to widely adopt it.

Code.mil represents an attempt to change that dynamic.

On the project website, the DoD goes so far as to suggest that anything other than open source software puts lives at risk.

"Their lives should not be negatively impacted by outdated tools and software development practices that lag far behind private sector standards."

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