Re: MGE's UPS management solution fully supports Debian GNU / Linux
* andremachado (email@example.com) [070331 17:07]:
> MGE's Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) management solution, called
> Personal Solution-Pac (PSP) for Linux, is available with GPL 2
> licence, as announced by Nancy Nelson, MGE's marketing communications
> manager  and fully supports Debian GNU / Linux Sarge, Etch and Sid.
> PSP for Linux is available at the MGE Open Source site  and
> supports a broad range of MGE UPS models  and latest crescent list
> at .
> Debian Project  welcomes the hardware manufacturer that opts for
> OSI  approved and DFSG  compliant GPL license and fully supports
> the distribution, enabling more users to buy and correctly use their
> products at the corporate data center and at home, with reduced
> development costs and improved reliability.
Hm, for me, this doesn't sound too thrilling somehow. Perhaps we should
make it more explicit why this is a great thing. Do we have some quotes
from Nancy Nelson about Debian-support? Like "demanded by many
customers" or so? Or - why is this special? (I'm not an expert in the
UPS market - is Debian support uncommon? Or is this support special
good? Or ...?)