[talk-au] Incorporating public information into OSM - Legal situation
daniel.oconnor at gmail.com
Mon Aug 19 22:32:57 UTC 2013
CC-BY-A is fine to my knowledge - you can fulfill the attribution
requirements with an appropriate attribution in the wiki.
I'd go back and go one further and ensure we have explicit permission (ie:
which seems likely to be granted, and then knock yourself out :)
On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 7:19 PM, Brett Russell <brussell237 at live.com.au>wrote:
> I have been working on OSM maps for bushwalking and this has generated a
> fair bit of interest. A few people have taken up mapping and one person
> approached me on lifting rivers and streams data from the 1:250,000
> publicly available data. My response was no as it is likely copyrighted
> and OSM requires no restriction be placed on the data. Not to be defeated
> he wrote to A/g Manager, Information & Product Management Policy Unit
> Information Management Corporate Services | GEOSCIENCE AUSTRALIA and
> received this reply.
> "Thank you for your email enquiry in regards to copyright and Creative
> Commons. The material available as a free download under a Creative Commons
> Attribution 3.0 Australia licence is still under copyright. We are
> releasing many of our products under the CC-BY licence which means that you
> may share (copy, distribute and transmit the work), remix and make adaption
> or even make commercial use of the work. The only condition for using the
> product under this licence is that you must attribute Geoscience Australia.
> If you have any further questions or would like me to send you the
> attribution statement we require please let me know.
> Given that this data (rough as it might be) might be available what is the
> OSM community thoughts on an Australia wide approach? Basically has anyone
> been down this road. I would imagine the challenge would be to identify
> what data is available under what license.
> Anyway your thoughts please.
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