+1

I checked things over as follows:
 - Verified the signature and checksum files.
 - Checked LICENCE+NOTICE files present.
 - Ran mvn apache-rat:check to check the licence headers.
 - Built the router on Fedora 26 against an install of Proton 0.20.0
and ran the tests.
 - Ran the JMS client examples against the router.
 - Built the router on Fedora 27 against Proton 0.18.1.

Robbie

On 20 February 2018 at 20:27, Ted Ross <tr...@redhat.com> wrote:
> Please vote on this thread to release qpid-dispatch 1.0.1-rc1 as the
> official 1.0.1.
>
> The release can be found here:
>
>     https://dist.apache.org/repos/dist/dev/qpid/dispatch/1.0.1-rc1/
>
> The following defects were fixed in this release:
>
>     DISPATCH-874 - unable to load .json or .woff2 files from local
> file system from http port
>     DISPATCH-881 - Inbound pre-settled messages causes memory leak of 
> deliveries
>     DISPATCH-882 - router buffers messages for slow presettled receiver
>     DISPATCH-883 - Router crashes when it processes management request
> for connections
>     DISPATCH-887 - Dispatch reestablishes connection inspite of
> deleting the connector
>     DISPATCH-889 - linkRoute patterns beginning with #/string match
> substrings after the /
>     DISPATCH-895 - qpid-dispatch crashes with a SEGFAULT in libqpid-proton
>     DISPATCH-900 - Memory leak when repeatedly opening and closing connections
>     DISPATCH-908 - Router loses dispositions over receive link on
> qpid-interop-test 2-node test
>     DISPATCH-914 - qd_connector_t leaks mutexes
>     DISPATCH-920 - Enabled policy blocks inter-router links
>
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