Sebastiaan Couwenberg <sebas...@xs4all.nl> writes:

hi Bas,
hi debian-gis members,

> On 10/20/2014 11:17 PM, Felix Natter wrote:
>> Felix Natter <fnat...@gmx.net> writes:
>>> => I think we need to investigate that for jessie+1, but now I think we
>>> should parse the "attribution data" and use the included link to
>>> download the logo at runtime (many thanks to the patch [1] from Marcus
>>> Lundblad <m...@update.uu.se> and Martin Kr├╝ger <martin.krue...@gmx.com>)?
>>> We should really agree on something now ;-)
>> 
>> --> Can we all agree on this solution for jessie?
>> (which is probably legal if JMapViewer itself is legal)
>> 
>> I'd suggest to apply this patch now to make sure it's fixed for jessie!
>
> Yes, until we hear otherwise it seems to me the best solution to the
> Bing logo license problem.
>
> I've cleaned up the patch a little and added DEP3 headers for inclusion
> in the jmapviewer package. When the patch is forwarded upstream we have
> a nice opportunity to get the upstream point of view on this issue.

Thanks for your help! I pushed the change to jmapviewer git and tested
with josm (and freeplane).

Don Armstrong wrote:
> At the very least, I'd stick a note in NEWS.Debian.gz.

=> Do we really want to do this? I think that problematic
bing support is not quite new for this package?

@Andreas: Could you sponsor this tomorrow?

Cheers and Best Regards,
-- 
Felix Natter

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