Please refrain from adding any more sound files licensed under the CC Sampling+ license! Sound files under that license are not compatible with open source.
The CC licenses which are compatible with our game are CC-0, CC-BY 3.0 and CC-BY-SA 3.0. Of course, you can kindly ask the author of the file to re-license his work under CC-BY but please do that before adding the sound to the repository.
I asked the authors for all the older sound files already and most of those who are still active in the freesound community replied to me and approved of my request.
Seriously, all projects have things that should be kept in the ~core team. This specially designed request for changing the license could not do too much damage, but you do not want it to be spammed around without coordination.
What one has to realize is that the alternative to a hidden board isn't a public discussion, but a discussion using IRC queries or private forum messages, email, or whatever. In fact, the hidden board doesn't seem to be all that popular compared to the public forum and other private message channels.
Otherwise I'll just ask Matthes if we can use the original one.
Ringwaul replaced it with the two because they were 'gender-neutral'.
Sadly, there's a slight echo in my one.
> StepSoft*, StepHard* in Clonk.ocd (1, 2) - sent message, waiting for reply
Replaced with different sounds, now CC BY 3.0
Sent messages to all missing people:
> FanLoop (1)
> CatapultLaunch (1, 2)
> BlastLiquid* (1, 2, 3)
> Munch* (1)
> Munch* (1)
> Cash (1) - sent message, waiting for reply
Replaced with different sound, now CC BY 3.0
I guess, only Ringwaul will be able to answer this but what is the background for CatapultLaunch? Is it made out of the two sounds? One of them is CC BY.
Just looked at Electrical, it's CC-BY by now.
These people definitely returned after the freesound.org redesign because before only Sampling+ was possible for a license. Since they did not reply for 3 weeks I assume they either don't care or don't want to change the license for their own reasons. I'd say, those files must be deleted from our repository then.
Too bad, the fuse sound was really good.
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