[Talk-GB] Bridleway across field
mark.lee at droveend.com
Tue Dec 8 12:42:13 UTC 2020
Ah sorry, I shall remove it then Robert. I have drawn it freehand based on
what I'd seen on their site as a right of way. Presumably then, if there's
no established path, I can never add it to OSM because the definitive map
is my only source for this information. Even if I walk it and use my GPS
recording, the source of the path is ultimately the definitive map? How
does that work?
On Tue, 8 Dec 2020, 12:19 Robert Whittaker (OSM lists), <
robert.whittaker+osm at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 8 Dec 2020 at 09:39, Mark Lee via Talk-GB
> <talk-gb at openstreetmap.org> wrote:
> > Hello. I've just added a missing public bridleway (
> https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/882278479) which is detailed on the
> Wiltshire Definitive Map.
> I see that you've put source="Wiltshire Definitive Map" in the
> tagging. Do you have permission to use information from the Definitive
> Map in OpenStreetMap? Generally these maps have lines drawn on top of
> Copyrighted Ordnance Survey base-maps, which means they're off-limits
> for use in OSM.
> Digitised Public Rights of Way data (without the base-map background)
> is another matter though, and it is possible to get permission to use
> these. But we need an explicit statement / licence from each Council.
> Generally this will be permission to use the data under the Open
> Government Licence, and we would then need to document this with the
> specified attribution statement at
> . Wiltshire is not currently listed there, although there is an FOI
> request in progress to get the data and permission to use it:
> I maintain a table of which authorities we have PRoW data for and what
> licence it can be used under at
> https://osm.mathmos.net/prow/open-data/ . Any updates and corrections
> to this would be most welcome.
> Robert Whittaker
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