We have an old proprietary service that contains automated tests and they run in our CI & CD infrastructure. In order to run these tests, we are dependent on the old NUnit.Parallel and this executable is distributed with the
ServiceStack.Text.dll that contains and AGPL License but with a FOSS Exception.
The license at Github has the following clause:
The Derivative Work and its Additions are intended for use in end-user applications and do not constitute software intended for use by software developers, such as software libraries, components, and development kits.
So, in the end, am I distributing the code or serving it via the network (breaking the AGPL compliance)?
The final package doesn't use or contains the
NUnit.Parallel so I'm assuming that we aren't beeing not-compliant because we are not redistributing the derivated work of the
Am I right? The Black Duck is warning us because of this.