Maps.me made an announcement in the last update that they are using Booking.com data to show hotels and allow reserving hotel rooms from within the app. I doubt Booking.com released their data with a permissive license.
Janko Mihelić pet, 8. srp 2016. u 14:54 Andrew Harvey <andrew.harv...@gmail.com> napisao je: > According to  if someone combines non-horizontal layers together, > the results must be shared under the ODBL. > > From my investigation it appears that the MAPS.ME app  is combining > OSM hotels with non-OSM hotels. > > https://tianjara.net/hosted/maps.me-1.png is a screenshot from the > app. Hotel A appears in the app, > but as far as I can tell was never in OSM but rather one of the hotels > they've added to their app from Booking.com. Hotel B is from OSM. > > This is the area https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=18/-33.87758/151.20447 > > There are other examples of this too like this hotel > https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/196622136 which in the app shows up > next to their supplemented data like this > https://tianjara.net/hosted/maps.me-2.png > > Am I correct that in order to be complaint with the license MAPS.ME > either need to make this data available under the ODBL or remove all > OSM hotels from their app? > >  > http://wiki.osmfoundation.org/wiki/License/Community_Guidelines/Horizontal_Map_Layers_-_Guideline#Examples_of_where_you_DO_need_to_share_your_non-OpenStreetMap_data >  version 6.2.2-Google Data version: 160621 > > _______________________________________________ > legal-talk mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/legal-talk >
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