Regardless of arguments about whether or not map data belongs in
Fedora, I wonder what we think of the new Ordnance Survey OpenData
It seems to be Free (as in Freedom) to my untrained eyes.
More about the map data release here:
They have a rather peculiar system for obtaining this data. If you
are a UK citizen and resident, you can order (for free) a DVD
containing the data you select, which will be sent by snail mail to
your home. I ordered the street map DVD for my local area just to see
what I'd get.
[OT for Fedora] Hopefully if the license above is free, we can pool
the data that people order together and make it available in some more
Richard Jones, Virtualization Group, Red Hat http://people.redhat.com/~rjones
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