The Charity Public License
Charity is a public
LICENSE for open software that brings the approach of MIT and BSD licenses into the twenty-first century. Parity makes your software free to use by almost anyone.
Charity is based on The Parity Public License, which shares many of the same terms. Charity is a "free for everybody" license. Parity is a "free for open source" license.
Charity improves on previous permissive licenses in several ways.
Charity is written to be read, in plain language, with a simple "here's your permission, and here are the rules" structure. The whole license fits on 26 lines of 65 columns.
Charity gives explicit patent permission, with a patent-termination clause, like Apache 2.0, but without its wordiness.
Charity helps others find your source code and contribute back, by requiring that users keep a notice about where to find source, in addition to your copyright notice.