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[[!meta title="Explain Tails"]]

[[!toc levels=2]]

Structure
=========

- Homepage
  - Logo
  - Tagline
  - Tails in 2 sentences
  - Main benefits
  - [[See the text outline for the new homepage|homepage]]
  - News
  - Testimonials / User stories
  - Partners / Grants
- How does Tails work?
  - In a great deal, a rewriting of [[our current About page|about]]
  - See also various bits of the [[General information section of our documentation|doc/about]]
- Get Tails
  - Is Tails the right tool for me?
    - [[Warning|doc/about/warning]], also need some love [[!tails_ticket 8845]]
  - [[Install Tails|install]]

Metaphor: Tails as a tent
=========================

From "[Writing good documentation](https://platform.internetfreedomfestival.org/en/IFF2018/public/schedule/custom/426)" at the IFF 2018

- Amnesic
  - Empty every time its setup
  - Stored in backpack ("USB stick") along with "stuff" which can be
    moved into the tent ("persistence") or not.

- Incognito
  - Can move around (change "address")
  - Many tents look alike
  - Works best among other tents (not in a library)

- Portable
  - Can carry around in backpack
  - Can set up in backyard (own laptop) or away from home

- Put it away when its finished

<img src="https://busy.curlybracket.org/tent/Tails_tent_simple.png" width="200px">

<img src="https://busy.curlybracket.org/tent/Tails_tent_roll.png" width="200px">

<img src="https://busy.curlybracket.org/tent/Tails_tent_roll_inverse.png" width="200px">

<img src="https://busy.curlybracket.org/tent/Tails_tent_automatic.png" width="200px">

<img src="https://busy.curlybracket.org/tent/Tails_tent_many.png" width="200px">

"[Leave No Trace](https://lnt.org/)" is an organization and a code of ethics
for outdoor activities.

### Design brief

Draft design brief by Simply Secure:

<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dSEs1p7_fkxJiDZnF-yf5AVrymbhowobIS_cUVIqOKE/edit#>

We should update it once we'll be ready to work on this.