I'd suggest dual licensing: 1 - "old-style" BSD with advertising clause 2 - GPL or LGPL
I was in the process of moving the code to the following XFree-style license if that's okay. I don't see the utility in dual-licensing since either of the above can trivially subsume the proposed license (apologies for mozilla deciding to kill the formatting):
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