Hello there,

I have an idea for using your maps as a background for printed greeting cards - using the "Download" button on your maps to obtain a .png image of your map.

I believe, from the copyright page that this is acceptable use of OSM. Am I correct?

If so, how do I appropriately credit OSM in print? Would the following suffice (printed on the card):

"MAP image IS COPYRIGHT © OpenStreetmap.org used under licence at www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/"

Many Thanks for your advice,

Glen

asked 26 Aug '15, 16:03

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openstreetmap.org/copyright explains, but this will do:

© OpenStreetMap contributors. Data: Open Database License (opendatacommons.org). Map design: CC-BY-SA (creativecommons.org).

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answered 26 Aug '15, 17:44

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Thanks Richard!

(26 Aug '15, 17:59) glenofcrawley
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