what I'm looking for is a license (hopefully one listed on
www.opensource.org/licenses) which meets some of the criteria I
mention below, without what GNU calls copyleft.
Basically, source code dumped into the public domain with this
license should mean that any changes to the source must be sent to
the original author.
It is basically the BSD license with a stipulation that any
modifications to the source code must be sent to the original
author. I was wondering if there was a license already around to do
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