Can I suggest this be re-worded a bit?
Upgrades to Debian GNU/Linux 3.1 from the previous release Debian
GNU/Linux 3.0 codenamed ``woody'' are automatically handled by the
aptitude package management tool, and to a certain degree also by the
apt-get package management tool.
I'm not hearing a few upgrade horror stories where people have read the
release announcement on the web, tried to upgrade with apt-get and
things have gone horribly wrong.
Could this be changed to say more strongly that using apt-get is unwise?
Matthew Vernon MA VetMB LGSM MRCVS
Farm Animal Epidemiology and Informatics Unit
Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge