I understand that data products based around OSM data are required to be made available to the public under an open license.
In my case, I’m creating buffers from the coastlines as found in OSM, and then only using the resulting polygons, without the original coastline features included. I’m not sure whether that counts or not as far as the share-alike requirement. Am I required to make the GIS files for the resulting buffers publicly available? Or is it enough to display the OSM copyright notice in that graphics where I’m displaying those buffers?
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