License update to GPLv2
it might be impossible to do this, but that way we have at least a open ticket and the project doesn't look finished. ;-)
GPL license is specially needed for "restricted" opensource distros like Debian, where OpenTTD needs to split the subpackages in different repos.
#2 Updated by Rubidium almost 10 years ago
I hereby declare that my original work can be relicensed to GPLv2. This includes the readme, changelog, osfx_34.wav, osfx_50.wav and opensfx.psfo.
I furthermore declare that my modifications can be relicensed to GPLv2 as long as the original creator of the samples I edited/mixed are allowing relicensing to GPLv2 as well.