[OSM-legal-talk] produced work vs. derivative db
jon at spiffymap.net
Mon Mar 4 17:15:04 UTC 2013
On 04/03/13 16:53, Michal Palenik wrote:
> after reading all the documents/wiki/mailinglist I am still confused:
> what forces producers to publish a derivative database and not just
> produced work?
Clause 4.6 of the ODbL, which says if you publish a produced work you
must make the database it was produced from available.
> a user takes a substantial part of osm db, hand modifies it (eg changes
> name of a street to correct one, make a new hiking route ...) and then
> publishes it as an online tilemap/printed map. claiming it to be a produced
> work under a commercial licence.
> is it a produced work?
The online tilemap and printed map are a produced work.
> is it also a derivative database?
> (if so, which odbl clause kicks in to state this?)
The database is a derivative database as defined in the definitions section.
Correcting names and adding hiking routes which connect with OSM's data
is exactly the sort of data the share-alike clause is intended to capture.
Dr Jonathan Harley : Managing Director : SpiffyMap Ltd
md at spiffymap.com Phone: 0845 313 8457 www.spiffymap.com
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