[OSM-legal-talk] Is the "data share-alike" road navigable?
steve at asklater.com
Thu Mar 8 13:58:58 GMT 2007
rigghhtt... but wouldn't demanding the illustrator file conflict with
what you want?
Positing that .osm would be acceptable, how would you go about getting
from illustrator to .osm?
Richard Fairhurst wrote:
> SteveC wrote:
>> So what do you define as source material? Presumably not the
>> illustrator file?
> Entirely our decision how we'd define this in the licence!
> The GPL says "corresponding machine-readable source code". We could
> perhaps say something like "any commonly accepted format for data
> interchange", which for geodata might be shapefiles, .osm or even a
> CSV of lats and longs.
> As ever, it's up to the licensor (us) to set the terms and the
> licensee (cartographer) to comply with them.
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