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[[!meta title="Tails May 2018 report"]]
This report covers the activity of Tails in May 2018.
Everything in this report is public.
# A. VeraCrypt support in GNOME
## A.5 Add VeraCrypt support to GNOME Disks
Our merge request has been [merged](https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-disk-utility/issues/84#note_222551) upstream so this deliverable is now completed.
## A.10 Port to the latest version of GNOME
We backported our glib, GTK+, GVfs, and GNOME Shell patches to the version we use in Tails and created Debian packages to use them in Tails ([#15521](https://labs.riseup.net/code/issues/15521#note-4)).
# B. Additional software
## B.6 User documentation
We wrote a first draft of the documentation and it was tested during the
## B.7 Beta release, user testing & community feedback
We [[published a beta version of the Additional Software feature and asked
users to test it|news/test_asp-beta]]. Bugs and remarks from users have
been collected on our bug tracker in order to improve them
We also conducted and completed a user testing of the beta version.
To this end, we organized an in-person moderated user testing with 5
participants. We recruited participants who are in the target audience
for this feature: people who had tried Tails a few times but who were
not expert users.
The interface that we designed in January worked really well. Only one
participant had a very bad time and failed some of the missions.
Most issues are around the interface itself: they are integration issues
or issues in other parts of Tails, in GNOME, or in the navigation on our
website and documentation.
The average SUS score is of 68 which is considered right on average compared to
other industry products.
A more detailed report was sent to our UX mailing list:
The full results are available in on UX Git repo (OTS spreadsheet):
# C. Deliver new features