[talk-au] LPI NSW Base Map land parcel numbers
andrew.harvey4 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 23:50:02 UTC 2018
Yes, but keep in mind that LPI's view from
is "Unless a downstream users of OpenStreetMap can clearly identify LPI
data within their own derivative work it would not be reasonable for them
to attribute LPI."
That's a bit like the substantial extract guideline from the OSMF, in that
their permission for the OSM approach to attribution wouldn't extend to
extracting all street addresses from LPI and using that in OSM. So long as
we're only filling in the gaps here and there it's okay, but we can't mass
import everything from the LPI base map under the current permission.
I'm working on getting the OSMF CC BY waiver signed too, and they've
mentioned the possibility of opening more datasets under CC BY, but both of
those are likely at least a few months away.
On 22 March 2018 at 01:53, nwastra <nwastra at gmail.com> wrote:
> I found this discussion from Jan 2017 which discusses the street numbers
> on the LPI NSW Base Map and it seems I can use the info in the OSM
> The house numbers are not the same number as the lot/parcel numbers in my
> area in se Qld.
> So a further question....
> Can the LPI NSW Base Map land parcel numbers be used as correct house
> numbers, aside from the possibility of having multiple units on one parcel.
> On 21 Mar 2018, at 10:13 pm, nwastra <nwastra at gmail.com> wrote:
> can I use from the LPI NSW Base Map what I presume to be land parcel
> numbers, to add house numbers to houses I have mapped using only the LPI
> imagery in Tathra recently?
> Not sure if they are lot numbers or house numbers on Base Map or if it is
> permissible to use them on the OSM.
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