Account Apache Thrift and Http Client files in LICENSE files - Fix build on Travis

fixes #2227

Descriptions of the changes in this PR:
- Account Thrift and Http client in LICENSE files.
- Force using Maven 3.6.3 in MacOSx builds on Travis
- Test only with -Dstream profile

### Motivation

Those files are inside the binary packages but they are not taken into account in LICENSE file.
Travis started to report errors when Travis updated Maven version to 3.6.2 in Linux machines, MaxOSx machines are still with 3.3.9 and the build does not bundle all of the needed jars ! 

Master Issue: #2227 

Reviewers: Jia Zhai <>, Sijie Guo <None>

This closes #2228 from eolivelli/fix/license-files
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tree: 2313e7e7d3b6f28c4b87c978c108bc931c973df5
  1. .github/
  2. .gitignore
  3. .test-infra/
  4. .travis.yml
  5. .travis_scripts/
  9. bin/
  10. bookkeeper-benchmark/
  11. bookkeeper-common-allocator/
  12. bookkeeper-common/
  13. bookkeeper-dist/
  14. bookkeeper-http/
  15. bookkeeper-proto/
  16. bookkeeper-server/
  17. bookkeeper-stats-providers/
  18. bookkeeper-stats/
  19. buildtools/
  20. circe-checksum/
  21. conf/
  22. cpu-affinity/
  23. deploy/
  24. dev/
  25. docker/
  26. metadata-drivers/
  27. microbenchmarks/
  28. pom.xml
  29. shaded/
  30. site/
  31. stats/
  32. stream/
  33. tests/
  34. tools/

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