I don’t know who the intended audience for this is, but I think it’s worth flagging that it seemed extremely jargon-heavy to me. I expect this to be off-putting to at least some people you actually want to attract (if it were one of my first interactions with CFAR I would be less inclined to engage again). In several cases you link to explanations of the jargon. This helps, but doesn’t really solve the problem that you’re asking the reader to do a large amount of work.
Some examples from the first few paragraphs:
clear and unhidden
informational content [non-standard use]
know the right passwords
I got the same feeling, and I would add “inside view” to the list.
I also think that ‘inside view’ might be a bit of an overloaded term. However, the meaning I think CFAR meant, was ‘gears based models’ and that’s even worse CFAR jargon.