On 15/08/15 19:14 +0100, Robbie Gemmell wrote:
The Apache Qpid community is pleased to announce the immediate
availability of Apache Qpid Proton 0.10.

Qpid Proton is an AMQP 1.0 messaging library. It can be used in a wide
range of messaging applications including brokers, clients, routers,
bridges, proxies, and more.

This release incorporates a number of defect fixes and enhancements,
including Python 3 support for for the Python bidings and a new SASL
API and optional cyrus-sasl integration for Proton-C. Release notes
are available at:

Outsider question:

Is there a reason why 0.10 is used rather than 0.10.0?

I believe sticking to 3-digit versions and keep it consistent would
make supporting scripts, bindings and even packages easier since they
would not have to care about these 2-to-3 digit changes.

Is that something we can change in qpid-proton ?


The release is available now from our website:

Proton-J is also available via Maven Central:

Thanks to all involved.


Flavio Percoco

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