Oh. Please do not mix source code and binary data into the same folder.
Binary data is probably not welcome at any free git hosting service as far as I know. (However, the worst that can happen is hitting a data limit or having the account deleted.)
So one git project should contain all the source code and perhaps textual build instructions. Another option to host build instructions is Whonix wiki (where for example Whonix build documentation is located).
The whole disclaimer stuff is pretty experimental and unclear, little tested legal waters. It's a protection from being sued. Hopefully. The idea is that Whonix is free, therefore only "lesser liability laws" for free stuff applies. Also it is upfront about being experimental. By explaining it in detail, it should be difficult to pretend having gotten to pretend that someone thought Whonix provides strong guarantees for anything and now something unrelated on their computer is broken and Whonix is fault.
The full disclaimer text for copy and paste (perhaps click raw first) is here:
(It is two parts. 1/2 and 2/2.) (Does not have to be two pages if it can be presented in one, but I guess it is too much for one.)
The disclaimer... Users won't see the VirtualBox import screen.
These are hardcoded in this script:
Any non-disclaimer text useful from there?