Hello! I'm preparing some small maps for my public-domain book. Those maps are PNGs rendered from heavily edited (with Inkscape) OpenStreetMap data. Can I put my PNGs into public domain or I need to license them with CC-BY-SA?

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You will need to license them CC-BY-SA. See also our Legal FAQ.

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answered 26 Apr '11, 16:05

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Note this answer was given before the change to the ODbL, while this didn't change the licence of the standard style tiles it does open other licence possibilities for self-rendered tiles.

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