[OSM-talk] [Osmf-talk] Attribution guideline status update

Nuno Caldeira nunocapelocaldeira at gmail.com
Sun Sep 8 10:11:29 UTC 2019


Here's another example of why we should not adopt the multiple sources
attribution omission of our attribution. They list us as partners (?)
https://www.wrld3d.com/3d-maps/custom-maps
Use multiple sources and are not complying with ODbL by not showing the
license.
Seen multiple maps by their clients and they show data "copyright l.map"

I have confirmed with multiple contributors that largely the data used is
OSM and it's around a year old dump of the planet.

Simon Poole <simon at poole.ch> escreveu em sex, 9/08/2019 às 08:45 :

> As we've mentioned multiple times over the last months, the LWG decided
> last year to consolidate all attribution guidance in to one document and
> address some of the use cases that have become common over the last 7
> years that previously had none. Particularly in the light of the
> parallel discussions about attribution on larger social media platforms
> we need to make up our minds what we actually want, and define concrete
> minimum requirements for acceptable attribution. To not do this just
> provides the excuse of pointing to the cacophony of voices all saying
> something different.
>
> We've been working on and off on the document for a while, and are now
> largely finished. Going forward we intend to wikify the document and
> make it available for public comment together with a BoF session at SotM
> next month (which probably means that we'll have to appropriate a coffee
> break). You can have a glimpse at the text here
>
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1e_IQYHtqVivGRw4O4EOn6__-LGMuzPlWz6XKEdAkwW0/edit?usp=sharing
> the few things that are not nailed down belong to those that we would
> appreciate feedback on.
>
> Simon
>
> PS: the number of coffee breaks permitting we might want to appropriate
> another one for the discussion of a tile licence change.
>
>
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