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Last release 2.0.2 was issued on 2019/07/16.  There are currently 14 patches in 
the queue cut down this way:
    - 3 MEDIUM, first one merged on 2019/07/19
    - 11 MINOR, first one merged on 2019/07/19

Thus the computed ideal release date for 2.0.3 would be 2019/08/16, which is in 
four weeks or less.

The current list of patches in the queue is:
    - MEDIUM  : http/htx: unbreak option http_proxy
    - MEDIUM  : checks: Don't attempt to receive data if we already subscribed.
    - MEDIUM  : mux-h1: Trim excess server data at the end of a transaction
    - MINOR   : checks: do not exit tcp-checks from the middle of the loop
    - MINOR   : session: Emit an HTTP error if accept fails only for H1 
    - MINOR   : cache/htx: Make maxage calculation HTX aware
    - MINOR   : http_htx: Initialize HTX error messages for TCP proxies
    - MINOR   : debug: Remove flags CO_FL_SOCK_WR_ENA/CO_FL_SOCK_RD_ENA
    - MINOR   : http_fetch: Fix http_auth/http_auth_group when called from TCP 
    - MINOR   : mux-h1: Close server connection if input data remains in 
    - MINOR   : session: Send a default HTTP error if accept fails for a H1 
    - MINOR   : hlua: Make the function txn:done() HTX aware
    - MINOR   : backend: do not try to install a mux when the connection failed
    - MINOR   : dns: remove irrelevant dependency on a client connection

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