I noticed that downloaded osm data do not have the source tag displayed in openstreetmap query:
For example: https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/95462202
Once extracted as .pbf or .bz2 from Geofabrik and converted to .osm, source tag is not in QGIS
It looks like a simple question but I am not too familiar with OSM data and workflows and I believe the source tag is helpful.
In addition to my question, I set the osmconf.ini file, actually to_be_modified_osmconf.ini file in the AppData\Roaming\QGIS\QGIS3\profiles\default\python\plugins\QuickOSM\resources\ogr folder and nothing changed. It looks like QGIS is not using this file for environment parameters
And I have no clue where such environment parameters are found and used by QGIS
QGIS actually looks into C:\Program Files\QGIS 3.24.3\share\gdal for the osmconf.ini file. This is shown in Settings > Options > Current environment variables in GDAL_DATA variable. Strangely, Windows Explorer could not find the osmconf.ini in this location!
It is all ok now and the 'source' tag is shown
Just a little detail, how QGIS can deal with unicode characters not displaying correctly? Géodonnées - Etat de Vaud displays as GÃ©odonnÃ©es - Etat de Vaud