"Unfortunately at the moment, the VectorLinux repository is not yet as robust and debugged as a typical Debian package site. Consequently, it is highly recommended that users refrain from attempting full system upgrades. In other words, do not use the commands slapt-get --upgrade or gslapt, Mark All Upgrades, Execute."
This is from https://vector.ecosq.com/ic/HowTos/HowToBook/VlApps/packages
. I was wondering how updated this information is. I've just installed Vector and I love it, but after years of using Ubuntu and being used to just clicking "Update" without thinking twice and to always having the most current software, I find this warning above somewhat daunting. How will I know if the latest version of AbiWord or something isn't amazingly better than my own version if I don't try an update?