jwasserman at gmail.com
Mon Apr 28 19:26:08 UTC 2014
> > or giving data back when you fix things.
This is a gross oversimplification of share-alike. And the imperfections in
the license extend beyond geocoding. I don't want to rehash the arguments,
as Alex Barth did <http://stateofthemap.us/session/more-open/> very
eloquently at State of the Map US. Let's just not pretend the requirements
are "simple", "tiny", or "little", but are instead complex and sweeping.
In any case, I agree with the larger point that OSM data users must comply
with the rules as they exist and we should publicly call out their
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