[OSM-legal-talk] Updated geocoding community guideline proposal
michal.palenik at freemap.sk
Wed Oct 29 21:12:08 UTC 2014
On Wed, Oct 29, 2014 at 04:03:03PM -0400, Alex Barth wrote:
> Hey Michal -
> On Wed, Oct 29, 2014 at 9:38 AM, Michal Palenik <michal.palenik at freemap.sk>
> > alex, please read 4.6 of odbl, which basically says there is no
> > difference between derivative db and produced work with regards to
> > database rights.
> 4.6 talks about disclosure standards in cases where share-alike applies
> (offer copy of entire database or alteration file). Not sure how this
if you publicly use a produced work (which is the indented case here)
4.4.c. Derivative Databases and Produced Works. A Derivative Database is
Publicly Used and so must comply with Section 4.4. if a Produced Work
created from the Derivative Database is Publicly Used.
which say, that it does not matter whether you declare geocodes produced
work or derivative db. if this didn't exist, i could declare anything
a produced work (things like any "enhanced" database) and the whold odbl
would not exists.
produced work is always based on a derivative db or collective db (if
they are used independetly)
4.6. restates this.
so the real question is, which part is derivative db (and not whether
it's produced work)
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