On 12 February 2018 at 18:43, Tobias Wendorff
<tobias.wendo...@tu-dortmund.de> wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
> Am Mo, 12.02.2018, 09:30 schrieb Stefan Giese:
>> I don't think so, but I am not sure. I didn't find anything about
>> this in the term of usage. If you publish something, sure you
>> have to follow the terms of use and put the attribution on your
>> maps...
> Yeah, I think that's the point. It's not part of the documentation.
> It's an old backfall for outdated Google Maps applications and where
> Javascript isn't or wasn't support. The TOS ("terms of usage" was
> the wrong name) allow only to use the static API nowerdays.
> @Jürgen: I think, that would be the legit way to go for QGIS.
> Static API allows to show a fixed image even inside QGIS (some code
> needed of course).

Keep in mind this is a 3rd party plugin - nothing at all to do with
the QGIS project.

In fact, speaking personally, I'd very much like to see this plugin
(and a handful of others with serious known issues) deprecated and NOT
be made available for 3.0. The fact is that there's some plugins for
2.x which have long standing, extremely serious issues and I'd like to
avoid users of 3.x being exposed to these...

But that's a separate discussion, bound to cause all sorts of conflict!

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