Friday, 2 April 2010

No such thing as a free lunch, part II

Addendum: Steven Feldman just posted an great summary on this.

Correction from
Ed Parsons blog, thanks Ed:
I have had a couple of questions about how the free OS data is licensed, here is the license which as you can see is basically a creative commons attribution license.

This confirms there are no derived data issues.

Written and submitted from the Where 2.0 Conference (37.331N, 121.888W)


In addition to Mapperz' details, this from uk-government-data-developers@googlegroups.com:
There's a copy of most of the data here

http://parlvid.mysociety.org:81/os/

And from Guardian DataBlog, a good question:
So, we've asked for this. What can you do with it?

Ordnance Survey Community Developer Manager Dee Davis answers:
go to their website www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/opendata/

or twitter @OSOpenData_Svc for data and service updates