I used to think that spreading the Free Software philosophy through advertising, as companies usually do, would be more moderate and more acceptable to people (more infectious) than spreading the Free Software philosophy in a coercive, copyleft-based way, such as the GPL.
So I came up with the idea that instead of copyleft, there should be a permissive license like the Apache or MIT licenses, with only a new "Free Software Philosophy Advertising Clause" added. This clause would say, for example, "In a prominent place in the software's user interface, you must include a short propagandistic phrase that promotes the basic philosophy of Free Software and a URL link to a longer educational statement" and "This Free Software philosophy advertising clause also applies to derivative works."
Regardless of the validity of this idea*, I thought that someone had already thought of this idea. Is there a "Free Software Philosophical Advertising" license that already implements this idea?
* This idea has an evil "ends justify the means" quality from a free software perspective, and in practice it is doubtful that such a clause would work well in the examples given. At the very least, it will no longer be GPL-compatible and will not be OSI-approved.
Added on 2/13/2023: Or is there a movement somewhere to create a standard and compatible license based on this idea, to prevent the proliferation of advertising statements as it did with the 4-clause BSD?