I believe everyone should be able to audit & change the software they run, or hire someone else to do so.
That does not mean I don't believe in paying devs (paywalls, especially softpaywalls, seems like the best way).
And it does not mean I believe all software must be public for all to use, feel free to keep code for internal use or share your code only with your customers.
Weird edge cases: both the Reciprocal Public License and the Sybase Open Watcom Public License do require the public release of modified code.
This kind of copyleft is so strong that it isn't Free Software anymore: Debian, Fedora, and the FSF have duly rejected both licenses. But for some reason they are accepted as Open Source by the OSI.
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