[ux] Tails is looking for people in Berlin to test new features with us
ping at elioqoshi.me
Fri Nov 24 10:47:49 UTC 2017
Have you considered promoting this on opensourcedesign.net ?
You could add it as an Event or even "Job" post to ask people for help.
There are quite a few Open Source Designers in Berlin, like Jan
Borchardt from Nextcloud or Charlie from Wikimedia. Ame from Simply
Secure is also in Berlin as Gunner said.
If you need more UX help, I should be able to help out a bit as well
(although from afar) :)
On 11/23/2017 5:24 PM, Allen Gunn wrote:
> Hi Sajolida,
> Are you in contact with the Simply Secure folks in Berlin?
> They might have a good network to engage in this regard.
> On 11/23/2017 07:32 AM, sajolida wrote:
>> Hi Tor people,
>> Sorry to hijack this list for something not purely related to Tor!
>> But two of us will be in Berlin from December 8 to 11 doing a UX sprint
>> to design new features of Tails. As part of this, I'm recruiting
>> volunteers to do some user testing.
>> I though that some people on this list might live in Berlin or tell me
>> which other communication channels I could use :)
>> Thanks in advance!
>> Berliners, come test new features of Tails with us and get a T-shirt!
>> We are working on making it much easier to use VeraCrypt in Tails.
>> We want to test our design with users to make sure that it is really
>> easy to use. We are looking for users of either VeraCrypt, Tails, or
>> Don't be shy! It will be a great opportunity to contribute to
>> world-class privacy software like Tails, even if you have little or no
>> knowledge of Tails or VeraCrypt.
>> The tests will take place in Berlin (Wedding) on Friday 8, Saturday 9,
>> and Sunday 10 of December in the afternoon. Plan to stay with us for 1
>> We will give you a Tails T-shirt as a token of our thanks.
>> Please, take this survey so we can organize our schedule:
>> And if you can't come, maybe you can forward this to 2-3 other people
>> in Berlin?
>> About Tails
>> Tails is a live operating system that you can start on any computer
>> from a USB stick. Tails provides a secure computing environment out of
>> the box.
>> Tails is used by more than 20,000 users daily. Activists and
>> journalists use Tails to create dissident books and videos, chat
>> off-the-record, browse the web anonymously, and share sensitive
>> Tails is free software and based on Debian.
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