[talk-au] Fwd: [OSM-dev] To OSM editor authors
neal.schulz at internode.on.net
Mon Apr 11 00:03:44 BST 2011
This sums up me too. After years of mapping in Australia (when I
started in Tasmania the map was literally blank) the threat of data
deletion is the most de-motivating thing ever. I have used nearmap so
I am of the understanding I CAN'T accept the terms. I also agree that
many who accept probably have no idea of the legal issues and will be
creating tainted data.
I am waiting for an outcome and hoping for the best but the longer I
wait the the more de-motivated I become and the community has
certainly lost momentum. There is no incentive to keep mapping while
there is a chance all of your work will be deleted in the future.
Like Michael sometimes I can't help myself and do some more mapping,
but it still feels futile.
On 07/04/2011, at 10:57 PM, Michael Hampson wrote:
> I hear you Liz and All Blokes, it is sad. Really tried to ignore the
> politics as I just wanted to map things to help out the local
> community and since I heard about the changes I have almost given
> up. Now I only map when I can't help myself.
> Might be time to retire from my mapping and let someone else do the
> Empires work!!
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