A couple comments: - if a Derivate Database is used for non internal use, for example to provide a service to third parties, its use is "Publicly". Definition in the ODBL is "“Publicly” – means to Persons other than You or under Your control byeither more than 50% ownership or by the power to direct theiractivities (such as contracting with an independent consultant)."
- I believe you've misunderstood the definitions of "Collective" vs. "Deriviate" database but if that is even relevant to your use case is difficult to tell without details that you should discuss with your counsel - I would suggest not consulting a random wiki page, but the licence section on the OSMF website http://osmfoundation.org/Licence which might give you some more insight Simon Am 06.06.2017 um 09:53 schrieb Vyacheslav Lukin: > Greetings! > > I have read common license use cases > from http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/License/Use_Cases > <http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/License/Use_Cases?>, but still > didn't understand whether my case is derivative or collective. > > I have an internal database with some objects geo data. And I want to > use OSM to calculate routes, distance between objects and estimate > trip time. If I understood license correctly, when I calculate all > these data, but don't store it in my database, it is collective. > However, if I store calculated data in my internal database it is > derivative then. Is it correct? > > One more thing - it will not be publicly available, but will not be > used only by employee as well. Solution is supposed to have paid, > private access to data. > > -- > Best regards | Vyacheslav Lukin | Innosoft > > > > _______________________________________________ > legal-talk mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/legal-talk
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