[Talk-cl] Chile Datasets Imports, Mapping
Julio Costa Zambelli
julio.costa en openstreetmap.cl
Jue Mar 11 15:33:06 GMT 2010
In my oppinion (and this probably should be checked with a lawyer) an
authorized officer is the Chief Executive of the Institution that owns the
data or the person in charge of protecting the copyright of it.
The Dirección de Vialidad data copyright was easier to evaluate since it
include an attribution clause (for public and private use) in its info file.
Also an officer from that institution give us the same information. In the
Gobierno Regional Metropolitano de Santiago case we received a response
letter from the Intendente that told us to talk with person in charge of the
GIS Data, after that they released the data.
On Thu, Mar 11, 2010 at 10:58 AM, Juan Pizarro <jpizarrom en gmail.com> wrote:
> I told with some people of a municipality(city hall), and their can
> facilitate maps for use in osm.
> questions bellow
> El lun, 01-03-2010 a las 19:17 -0300, Julio Costa Zambelli escribió:
> We have to be careful about this: "Pero tambien Chile tiene una nuevo ley
> de tranparencia dice los datos hecho de servicio publico son publico pero
> con muchas papeles". When we were importing the Dirección de Vialidad roads
> data, the people from the NGO Derechos Digitales (
> http://www.derechosdigitales.org/) told me that the Chilean Government
> generated data is not Public Domain by default (as in the US). You have to
> ask for permission to use it to an authorized officer,
> I don't know, what's authorized officer mean?
> Anyone can tell me, who in Chile is an authorized officer.
> making very clear the kind of license used to release the derivative work
> (in this case CC-*BY-SA*).
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