a place for zinesters - writers and readers
No, I don't own a distro, although I have been debating the thought. I love zines--it's one of the very few things that I've had a consistent and thriving passion for... and I've been thinking that while owning and running a distro might be quite a responsibility, hey everything worthwhile is challenging!
But anyways, how come almost everyone I ask about distros--starting, owning, and running one-- say that if you're going to start one, you have to be open to losing money... and if you're lucky, you might break even. Is this always really the case?
I forgot to mention that if you go in expecting to do no better than breaking even and somehow do better, you'll be pleasantly surprised, where if you expect to make money and don't, you'll be disappointed.