[OSM-legal-talk] Commercial use case. Internal DB with calculations from OSM
v.lukin at innosoft.pro
Thu Jun 8 08:46:23 UTC 2017
Thank you, Simon, for comments. Will look into that.
Best regards | Vyacheslav Lukin | Innosoft
On Вт, 2017-06-06 at 11:27 +0200, Simon Poole wrote:
> A couple comments:
> - if a Derivate Database is used for non internal use, for example to
> provide a service to third parties, its use is "Publicly".
> Definition in the ODBL is "“Publicly” – means to Persons other than
> You or under Your control by either more than 50% ownership or by the
> power to direct their activities (such as contracting with an
> independent consultant)."
> - I believe you've misunderstood the definitions of "Collective" vs.
> "Deriviate" database but if that is even relevant to your use case is
> difficult to tell without details that you should discuss with your
> - I would suggest not consulting a random wiki page, but the licence
> section on the OSMF website http://osmfoundation.org/Licence which
> might give you some more insight
> Am 06.06.2017 um 09:53 schrieb Vyacheslav Lukin:
> > Greetings!
> > I have read common license use cases from http://wiki.openstreetmap
> > .org/wiki/License/Use_Cases, but still didn't understand whether my
> > case is derivative or collective.
> > I have an internal database with some objects geo data. And I want
> > to use OSM to calculate routes, distance between objects and
> > estimate trip time. If I understood license correctly, when I
> > calculate all these data, but don't store it in my database, it is
> > collective. However, if I store calculated data in my internal
> > database it is derivative then. Is it correct?
> > One more thing - it will not be publicly available, but will not be
> > used only by employee as well. Solution is supposed to have paid,
> > private access to data.
> > --
> > Best regards | Vyacheslav Lukin | Innosoft
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