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Replacing TAILS with Tails as per intrigeri's request.

Damian Johnson authored on 12/03/2011 22:50:36
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-        <td><a href="#project-tails">TAILS</a></td>
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+        <td><a href="#project-tails">Tails</a></td>
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         <td>Usability</td>
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         <td>Sys Admin</td>
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         <td>Heavy</td>
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     Skill Level: <i>Medium to High</i>
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     <br>
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     Likely Mentors: <i>intrigeri, anonym</i>
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-    <p>Several major upcoming TAILS features need to gather user input at
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+    <p>Several major upcoming Tails features need to gather user input at
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     startup time: bridges support, persistence, MAC address anonymization,
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     etc.</p>
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     <p>Existing boot menus lack the graphical widgets and generally
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-    user-friendliness needed. Hence it was decided to implement TAILS startup
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+    user-friendliness needed. Hence it was decided to implement Tails startup
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     menu in GDM3: GDM3's default login/password prompt needs to be replaced
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     with a custom GTK+ application hereby named tails-greeter that allows the
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     user to provide any input necessary.</p>
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     coordinates, author's name and so on. Anyone who wants to anonymously
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     publish a file can thus far too easily de-anonymize herself.</p>
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     <p>A set of tools allowing users to easily inspect and clean up meta-data in files
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-    would benefit Tor users, and would e.g. be shipped in TAILS.</p>
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+    would benefit Tor users, and would e.g. be shipped in Tails.</p>
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     <p>A graphical user interface is a must, but library and command-line
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     interfaces are most welcome so that future work can add support for
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     cleaning published files to various publishing tools, such as desktop
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     <br>
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     Likely Mentors: <i>intrigeri, anonym</i>
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     <p>Data persistence is a somewhat tricky topic in a Live system context,
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-    especially one such as TAILS, which is explicitly designed to avoid
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+    especially one such as Tails, which is explicitly designed to avoid
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     leaving any trace of its use.</p>
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     <p>Some real-life use cases, however, require some kind of data
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-    persistence. To start with, TAILS should (carefully) support persistence of
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+    persistence. To start with, Tails should (carefully) support persistence of
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     application-specific configurations (e.g. GnuPG keyring) and of a user
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-    arbitrary data store. Note that persistence in TAILS will always be opt-in
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+    arbitrary data store. Note that persistence in Tails will always be opt-in
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     and require encrypted storage.</p>
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     <p>The backend work consists of improving Debian Live's existing
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-    persistence features to make them suit the specific context of TAILS. A trust
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+    persistence features to make them suit the specific context of Tails. A trust
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     relationship is already established with upstream who is happy to merge our
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     changes. The codebase is not that small and much refactoring is needed, so
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     this really is a programming project rather than a fire'n'forget shell
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 Orbot/Tor.</p>
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-<div class="name"><a href="https://amnesia.boum.org/">TAILS</a></div>
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+<div class="name"><a href="https://amnesia.boum.org/">Tails</a></div>
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 <p>The (Amnesic) Incognito Live System is a live CD/USB distribution
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 preconfigured so that everything is safely routed through Tor and leaves no
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 trace on the local system.</p>