[OSM-talk] [OSM-legal-talk] Putting simple scripts in the Wiki without violating CC BY-SA 2.0

Daniel Koć daniel at xn--ko-wla.pl
Wed Sep 20 01:45:12 UTC 2017

W dniu 20.09.2017 o 03:09, Devon Fyson pisze:
> However on the other hand GitHub is very popular and there would 
> likely be poor buy-in if contributors were asked to use a different 
> system. Therefore I propose that a new template be made on the wiki 
> which is specifically for referring tools in any repository used on 
> the OSM database. Those repositories would then be automatically and 
> periodically cloned (backed up) to say git.openstreetmaps.org 
> <http://git.openstreetmaps.org>.

I would prefer the other way around - to set for example a GitLab 
instance on git.openstreetmaps.org <http://git.openstreetmaps.org> 
(probably with standard OSM login) and mirror it wherever, including 
GitHub. No matter how popular, things can always change, creating a mess 
(like MapQuest Open).

"Probably it's an eternal problem - too many chiefs, too few Indians" [O. Muzalyev]

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