<URL: http://bugs.freeciv.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=39787 >
> [dmarks - Sun Oct 21 13:34:35 2007]:
> On 10/21/07, Per I. Mathisen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > <URL: http://bugs.freeciv.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=39787 >
> > The sources are GPL, but the sound files from OpenQuartz should be
> > updated to the most recent OpenQuart snapshots, because they had some
> > licensing problems with some of their sounds after I copied them back in
> > the day, which they have since fixed.
> Comparing stdsounds3 with oq-pak-src-2004.08.01.zip (available from
> SF.net), there seems to be five files borrowed from OpenQuartz:
> f_generic = "stdsounds/woodbrk.ogg" ; [pox]
> f_catapult = "stdsounds/wall01.ogg" ; [pox]
> m_generic = "stdsounds/foot3.ogg" ; [pox]
> m_trireme = "stdsounds/inh2o.ogg" ; [pox]
> e_imp_sold = "stdsounds/metbrk.ogg" ; [pox]
> Should I reencode as ogg and commit?
Looking at oq's svn: all these five files 'survived' the purge untouched
(they haven't been updated for 6 years) so I don't think there's any
copyright problem with them.
Would it be enough to just add a COPYING statement to stdsounds and
reupload to ftp to satisfy Ubuntu?
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