[OSM-legal-talk] "Information for officials and diplomats of countries and entities with disputed territories"
simon at poole.ch
Tue Jul 9 21:41:13 UTC 2013
It seems as if we inadvertently CC's this to the public legal-talk list
and not to the LWG one.
Apologies to all.
Am 09.07.2013 21:56, schrieb Simon Poole:
> Sorry for missing the meeting got my times confused, It is a definite
> yes from me. There is a "term" in singular that should be plural I
> believe. But otherwise completely ok with me.
> Am 09.07.2013 20:38, schrieb Michael Collinson:
>> Oliver, Dermot and I have give a finally look over the document and
>> are happy to now send it to the board as our formal proposal.
>> However, as Chair I would really prefer a formal quorate, 4, for such
>> things and ask you to indicate yes or no by email before I send it.
>> The draft is of the last meeting + your changes + we went through and
>> considered and clarified what each "OpenStreetMap" meant. As an
>> interesting aside, it defines "OpenStreetMap" without qualification
>> to be the database itself rather than any human entity ... may be a
>> useful legal construct in the future.
>> I also intend forwarding it to the Japanese community since treatment
>> of disputed-island naming is an issue there as it ties the hands of
>> the national mapping agency on how cooperative they can be with us.
>> If I get any substantial feedback, I will forward to board.
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