during the update of the package scummvm I reviewed its license and stumbled over some difficulties:

- the main parts of the source code seem to be GPLv2+:

- however, parts of scummvm are using a variety of BSD-like licenses as well as LGPLv2+, please see the various COPYING.* files here:

As far as I understand, these additional licenses are compatible with GPLv2+.

My concrete question is:

Is there a need to list the other licenses in the "License" tag as well or is "GPLv2+" sufficient? If all licenses need to be listed, would that be in this case:
"GPLv2+ and BSD and LGPLv2.1+ and OFL" ?

Note 1: It looks like that the TTF fonts under GPLv3+ (COPYING.FREEFONT) are not installed in Fedora (but they are present in the src package).

Note 2: The Suse distribution seems to use "GPL-2.0+" and Debian has references to all licenses: https://metadata.ftp-master.debian.org/changelogs//main

Thank you very much in advance for the advice.

Best regards,