It looks like I'm obligated to make a second post.
It's been pointed out to me that the SVN has both https://sourceforge.net/p/rcbot2/code/HEAD/tree/utils/RCBot2/GPL.txt and GPLv2+ licenses (the latter being present in every code file), and the official github repository license file was changed from GPLv3 to AGPLv3 with https://github.com/rcbotCheeseh/rcbot2/commit/e4384afd98fe21ff984b7597c79d65e6aa701414.
As far as I can tell the GPLv2-only license file should be invalidated due to the other files that are GPLv2+ that were present in that same commit, so I'd just like to make sure that the project in its entirety is indeed supposed to be licensed as AGPLv3 now, if it's licensed under GPLv3 as the previous license was, or still GPLv2+.
My understanding is that all the source files created prior is still under GPLv2+ and https://www.gnu.org/licenses/license-list.html#AGPLv3.0, so the AGPL is only applied to the output of the whole, if anything (as no new code units are Affero-licensed).
Not a lawyer though; just a developer that hates being obligatorily concerned about licensing.
I don't have any problems with either license; just making sure if the change in license was properly acknowledged (since it looks like it snuck through a pull request).