[OSM-legal-talk] ODI geospatial data re-users guide
deborah.yates at theodi.org
Wed Oct 24 12:09:23 UTC 2018
Thanks very much Simon that's really useful and thanks for the offer of
We'd definitely seen the community guidelines, it's useful to know they are
more up to date than the user stories.
I'll share your advice with the team and we'll have a look at the points
you raise/ links you sent in more detail.
On Wed, 24 Oct 2018 at 11:01, Simon Poole <simon at poole.ch> wrote:
> Hi Deborah
> That sounds like an useful and interesting project.
> I would however like to note that the warning at the top of the "use case"
> page is to be taken literally.
> Neither are the use cases vetted against what has been typically actually
> been asked (contrary to the thought up use cases) since the licence change
> 6 years ago, nor are the answers likely to be in all cases what we would
> answer now. The later in particular because we've produced a larger body of
> guidance based on what are typically real questions over the years, see:
> https://wiki.osmfoundation.org/wiki/Licence/Community_Guidelines and
> From a practical pov I would suspect that you would want to cover at least
> the current versions of CC BY and CC BY-SA too as they are the most popular
> If the LWG can be of any help, please feel free to contact us at:
> legal at osmfoundation.org
> Am 24.10.2018 um 10:45 schrieb Deborah Yates:
> Hi all,
> I am writing to let you know about a project we are working on at the Open
> Data Institute that draws on the existing work of the OSM community.
> As part of our larger project
> to look at how we can support the publication and use of more open
> geospatial data we are developing a geospatial data re-users guide. I've
> included some more details below.
> *Geospatial data re-users guide*
> Our goal is to create guidance that will help geospatial data users
> understand how to comply with licences associated with geospatial datasets.
> We are focussing on Ordnance Survey and OpenStreetMap (ODbL) licences to
> begin with.
> The guide will include use cases ('I am an X, I want to do X') with
> guidance beneath to help them understand what is allowed under what
> circumstances. This isn't intended to be a legal document, more a useful
> help to navigate the complexities of licensing to encourage reuse of the
> *Our approach*
> - We are using the OSM use cases
> <https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Open_Data_License/Use_Cases#Using_map_images_created_from_OSM_Data> published
> on the wiki as a starting point
> - We plan to create an open document to seek external input and sense
> check the types of use cases to cover.
> - We then intend to provide answers for each use case for each licence
> type (initially the ODbL, OS Data Exploration Licence and the Open
> Government Licence).
> - We also plan to work in the open to review/ add to the answers/
> - We'll be encouraging people to add to the open doc via twitter and
> through our networks, it would be great if you could support us in this
> By working in this way we hope to make sure we produce something useful
> and accurate.
> Finally, our overall geospatial project is due to end by 30th Nov so we
> will be developing this relatively quickly.
> I hope this sounds like a worthwhile piece of work to you, if you have any
> questions or would like any more information please don't hesitate to get
> in touch.
> Deborah Yates, Technical Consultant at theODI.org <http://theodi.org>
> +44 (0) 20 3598 9395 @deborah_yates
> The ODI, 65 Clifton Street, London EC2A 4JE
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> - Four councils transforming services with data
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Deborah Yates, Technical Consultant at theODI.org <http://theodi.org>
+44 (0) 20 3598 9395 @deborah_yates
The ODI, 65 Clifton Street, London EC2A 4JE <http://www.theodi.org/contact>
ODI Strategy 2018 – 2022
ODI Summit 2018 <https://theodi.org/event/odi-summit-2018/>
*Research & Development programme highlights *
- Open standards for data
guidebook and podcasts
- Revised Data Ethics Canvas
<https://theodi.org/article/updating-the-data-ethics-canvas/> – tool
- Four councils transforming services with data
- How artificial intelligence can support businesses
- How data portability can shape our future
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