> The example you are looking for is in EVERY open source project - no open
> source project can allow you to retain copyright or ownership rights to the
> code you contribute. If it would, it would not be open source.
> When you contribute code, you transfer your ownership and copyright rights
> to the project, period end of story. Which is why you can't put the author
> or copyright notices on the code as you propose.
Just to avoid the spread of misinformation, that's not correct.
Copyright and licensing are two different matters. Please read more
on the subject if you are interested.