Additionally, the process for being distributed (or distro'ed) is much less formal than with conglomerate publishers - sometimes zinesters can just send in a note and a copy of their zine and, if the owner of the distro likes it, they'll agree to sell any number of copies.
Currently, the most up-to-date listing of distros can be found in Stolen Sharpie Revolution, put out by Microcosm Publishing.
Katie's zine is so great, she's had tons of distros asking to carry it since the first issue!
Commonly used to refer to the compilations of software that comprise any one of various distributions of the Linux Computer Operating System Platform.
Red Hat Linux is one of the most popular distros in use today.