[OSM-talk] ArcGIS Online with OSM - Violation of License?

Dan Putler dan.putler at sauder.ubc.ca
Fri Feb 25 03:57:06 GMT 2011

Yep, OSM data that needs attribution. The blog entry indicates that OSM 
is the data source, so the attribution there is correct. While this is 
off topic, I will say that I was really impressed by the ESRI JS toolkit 
(liked the scale bar), and how snappy the response is. It appears the 
main thing the toolkit needs is to make it easier to give proper OSM 


On 02/24/2011 06:34 PM, David Fawcett wrote:
> I recently saw a blog post about how one can embed maps from
> ArcGIS.com and that they have an OSM layer.  What jumped out at me is
> that even though they manage to get the 'Powered by ESRI' text on the
> map, there is no attribution for OSM.  I realize that this may be the
> responsibility of the person who created the map on this site, but I
> don't really see how one could do that.
> Post:   http://mapperz.blogspot.com/2011/02/embed-arcgis-online-maps-for-free.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+mapperz+%28Mapperz+GIS+News+Blog%29
> Full screen map:
> http://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/embedViewer.html?webmap=1907d8d1c2954484b4b6569b5d8de305&zoom=true&scale=true
> Any thoughts on this?
> David.
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