[talk-au] Geoscience Australia Administrative Boundary data
franc.carter at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 07:30:58 BST 2007
On 9/19/07, Brent Easton <b.easton at exemail.com.au> wrote:
> I was thinking we could tag each way with a URL pointing to the copyright text.
> This is fine for map editors, but the attribution would never be seen by map users.
> There is also a requirement that we keep a record of everyone who the data is distributed to!
Uggh! that's ugly ;-(
> Anyone good at talking to Government departments?
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> On 19/09/2007 at 4:15 PM Franc Carter wrote:
> >One thing I did for the Geographical Names Board is to add a copyright
> >notice to the ways I derived from their data (Suburb boundaries). If you
> >contact Geoscience Australia this sort of thing might help.
> >On 9/19/07, Lachlan Rogers <lachlan at rogers.name> wrote:
> >> I've been wondering how to get boundary data for National Parks. This
> >> sounds pretty good, but I doubt we could completely satisfy the
> >> attribution requirements in OSM. I think it is worth contacting
> >> Geoscience Australia to see how they feel, as it sounds like a very
> >> useful set of data.
> >> - Lachlan
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