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Trying to profit by retailing MEPIS

Technalign is trying to profit by retailing MEPIS and NewsForge has made an article about how it goes.
Read it here at NewsForge

Quote:

….Ursini went looking for a new distribution to fulfill her vision. She found MEPIS. “I tried it, and I was blown away,” she says. “I approached Warren and told him it was the best distro I ever saw in my life.” Warren Woodford is the creator and sustainer of MEPIS, who started out with “no budget and zero marketing expenditures,” according to a report at MadPenguin.org. Ursini convinced Woodford to let Technalign become its official retail distributor in May 2005. She speaks in glowing terms of her relationship with Woodford, calling it “the best partnership ever formed. It's the synergy you don't see anywhere; I can start a sentence and Warren can finish it before I get to the end of it. I don't know how to explain it other than that any idea either one of us has had has already been thought of by the other.”

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