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…s for languages you care about are required
Arundina Sans is based on DejaVu and has bold and italic versions, so it's an easy choice. Obtained with the ``fonts-sipa-arundina`` package. This change makes mapnik/mapnik#2161 more obvious, but we were probably encountering that bug before with Unifont, it's just hard to tell with how hard Unifont was to read.
Feedback is that Droid Fallback looks better than Unifont. As Droid Fallback doesn't have bold, hopefully we don't get this far, but it beats Unifont. The droid fonts can be found in the fonts-droid package on Ubuntu. A readme section to list required font packages has also been added
This makes it easier when reviewing patches, since often the id appears too far away from the query to make it into the diff. Also useful when looking at e.g. pg_stat_activity
The style file is inextricably linked with the style rules, much more so than the version of osm2pgsql used. This allows us to add or remove columns without requiring users to change their (perhaps packaged) version of osm2pgsql. Changes to this file usually requires reloading of databases, so they will often be accompanied by major version increments.