Tails is becoming increasingly popular: lately, someone boots Tails every ten seconds somewhere in the world. And also, every six weeks, there is a Firefox security update and we subsequently release a new version of Tails.
The Tails [[system administrators|contribute/working_together/roles/sysadmins]] set up and maintain the infrastructure that supports the development and operations of Tails. We aim at making the life of Tails contributors easier, and to improve the quality of our releases.
Continuous Integration: we want to drastically cut down the amount of work needed to prepare a Tails release; we also want to detect regressions as soon as possible. Everything we merge should go through an automated test suite, and our Debian packages should be automatically built from Git tags.
When getting in touch with us, please attach a patch, or your plans, for a ticket marked *Easy*: this way, you can quickly get up to speed, and we can get used to working together. Of course, if the ticket you want to work on lacks the information you need to resolve it, don't hesitate asking us for clarification first.