[OSM-legal-talk] Share-A-Like (non-) Verifiability because they are not publicly accessable
Manuel.Spam at nurfuerspam.de
Wed Jun 23 20:59:31 BST 2010
Oliver (skobbler) wrote:
> Let's assume that a business user has a database of non-publicly accessible
> objects (e.g. a subsurface cable network for demonstration purposes). If the
> user installs its own instance of an OpenStreetMap server and draws the
> "non-publicly accessible subsurface cable network" into the database.
He shouldn't draw then into the database, as this mixes OSM data and his
own data. Why not just use a layer on top of the OSM data?
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