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Lecture10 - ESRI (UK) Keynote Open Source GIS: The...

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1 ESRI (UK) Keynote Open Source GIS: The Cathedral and the Bazaar Keith C. Clarke UC Santa Barbara, USA Why bother? OSF vs. FSF The Cathedral and the Bazaar Open Source GIS Some examples What the bazaar offers The future Google Maps/Earth Terms of Service By downloading, instal ing, or using the Google Earth software, accessing or using the Google Maps service (together, the "Products" or "Services"), or accessing or using any of the content available within the Products, you agree to be bound by the fol owing: (1) the Google Terms of Service (the "Universal Terms"); (2) the terms found on our Legal Notices page (the "Legal Notices"); and (3) the additional terms and conditions set forth below (the "Additional Terms"). Before you continue, you should read each of these three documents, as together they form a binding agreement between you and Google regarding your use of the Products. Col ectively, the Universal Terms, the Legal Notices, and the Additional Terms are refer ed to as the "Terms". As a condition of downloading, accessing, or using the Products, you also agree to the terms of the Google Privacy Policy. 1. Use of the Products. Google grants you a non-exclusive, non-transferable license to access the Google Maps service, to download and use the Google Earth software and service, and to access the Content (as defined below) within the Products and according to the Terms. 2. Restrictions on Use. Unless you have received prior writ en authorization from Google (or, as applicable, from the provider of particular Content), you must not: (a) access or use the Products or any Content through any technology or means other than those provided in the Products, or through other explicitly authorized means Google may designate (such as through the Google Maps/Google Earth APIs); (b) copy, translate, modify, or make derivative works of the Content or any part thereof; (c) redistribute, sublicense, rent, publish, sel , assign, lease, market, transfer, or otherwise make the Products or Content available to third parties; (d) reverse engineer, decompile or otherwise attempt to extract the source code of the Service or any part thereof, unless this is expressly permit ed or required by applicable law; (e) use the Products in a manner that gives you or any other person access to mass downloads or bulk feeds of any Content, including but not limited to numerical latitude or longitude coordinates, imagery, and visible map data; (f) delete, obscure, or in any manner alter any warning, notice (including but not limited to any copyright or other proprietary rights notice), or link that appears in the Products or the Content; or (g) use the Service or Content with any products, systems, or applications for or in connection with (i) real time navigation or route guidance, including but not limited to turn-by-turn
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Lecture10 - ESRI (UK) Keynote Open Source GIS: The...

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