Changeset 438


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Timestamp:
Jan 10, 2007, 6:19:29 PM (13 years ago)
Author:
Nick Burch
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Update license, now we have more than just Richard's maps

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    7 <p>These maps are scanned from a personal collection built up by Richard
    8 Fairhurst, the result of several years' scavenging in second-hand
     7<p>These maps are scanned from a personal collections built up by Richard
     8Fairhurst, Mike Cakder, Nick Burch and Andrew Rowbottom (plus the odd map
     9from other contributors).
     10They are the result of several years' scavenging in second-hand
    911bookshops! Some are canvas, some folded paper, some flat; some are the
    10 New Popular Edition proper, but a few are War Office editions. These are
    11 scans of real, used documents, not a pristine 'for the record'
    12 collection.</p>
     12of the new ones are Seventh Edition, most are New Popular Edition proper,
     13but a few are War Office editions, or Scottish Popular Edition.
     14These are scans of real, used documents, not a pristine
     15'for the record' collection.</p>
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    2730tracings in the public domain, so other people can benefit.
    2831
    29 <li>If you want the original scans in order to make money, please e-mail Richard Fairhurst at
    30 <a href='mailto:richard@systemeD.net'>richard@systemeD.net</a> and he might be able to come to an agreement.</li>
     32<li>If you want the original scans in order to make money, it is possible
     33 that the copyright holder of the scans (be that Richard, Mike, Nick or
     34 Andrew) might be able to come to an agreement with you. Please contact
     35 <a href="mailto:webmaster@npemap.org.uk">webmaster@npemap.org.uk</a>, and tell
     36 us which areas you are interested in. We can then direct your query on to
     37 the appropriate person for the maps of interest.
    3138</ul>
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    3542
    3643<p>Please note that this was designed as the licence for the scans that
    37 the tiles have been derived from. It needs rewording to exactly match what you would want to do with the tiles. As the tile were derived from the maps, they are covered by the same licence.</p>
     44the tiles have been derived from. It needs rewording to exactly match
     45what you would want to do with the tiles. As the tile were derived from
     46the maps, they are covered by the same licence.</p>
    3847
    3948
     
    5665<ul>
    5766<li>The original documents were Crown Copyright Ordnance Survey. Because
    58 they are older than 50 years old, this copyright has expired.
    59 <li>The scanned images are &copy; 2005 Richard Fairhurst.
     67 they are older than 50 years old, this copyright has expired.
     68<li>The scanned images are &copy; 2005-2007 Richard Fairhurst, Mike Calder,
     69 Nick Burch and Andrew Rowbottom.
    6070<li>No claim of copyright is made over the facts represented on
    61 the maps. You may therefore trace or automatically derive geographical
    62 information from the maps as you wish.
     71 the maps. You may therefore trace or automatically derive geographical
     72 information from the maps as you wish.
    6373</ul>
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    7585("any manner that is primarily intended for or directed toward commercial
    7686advantage or private monetary compensation") without the permission of
    77 the copyright holder.</p>
     87the copyright holder. It also requires you to include details of the
     88license if you re-distribute the work, or any part of it.</p>
    7889
    7990<p>For the avoidance of doubt, any provisions in the Creative Commons
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