This is a friendly bot that watches fixes pending for the next haproxy-stable 
release!  One such e-mail is sent periodically once patches are waiting in the 
last maintenance branch, and an ideal release date is computed based on the 
severity of these fixes and their merge date.  Responses to this mail must be 
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Last release 1.8.20 was issued on 2019/04/25.  There are currently 44 patches 
in the queue cut down this way:
    - 4 MAJOR, first one merged on 2019/04/30
    - 26 MEDIUM, first one merged on 2019/04/29
    - 14 MINOR, first one merged on 2019/04/29

Thus the computed ideal release date for 1.8.21 would be 2019/05/14, which was 
twelve weeks ago.

The current list of patches in the queue is:
    - MAJOR   : map/acl: real fix segfault during show map/acl on CLI
    - MAJOR   : queue/threads: avoid an AB/BA locking issue in 
    - MAJOR   : listener: fix thread safety in resume_listener()
    - MAJOR   : lb/threads: make sure the avoided server is not full on second 
    - MEDIUM  : hlua: Check the calling direction in lua functions of the HTTP 
    - MEDIUM  : lb-chash: Fix the realloc() when the number of nodes is 
    - MEDIUM  : http: fix "http-request reject" when not final
    - MEDIUM  : dns: make the port numbers unsigned
    - MEDIUM  : connection: fix multiple handshake polling issues
    - MEDIUM  : contrib/modsecurity: If host header is NULL, don't try to 
strdup it
    - MEDIUM  : lb_fas: Don't test the server's lb_tree from outside the lock
    - MEDIUM  : protocols: add a global lock for the init/deinit stuff
    - MEDIUM  : da: cast the chunk to string.
    - MEDIUM  : mux-h2: split the stream's and connection's window sizes
    - MEDIUM  : tcp-checks: do not dereference inexisting conn_stream
    - MEDIUM  : compression: Set Vary: Accept-Encoding for compressed responses
    - MEDIUM  : lb_fwlc: Don't test the server's lb_tree from outside the lock
    - MEDIUM  : tcp-check: unbreak multiple connect rules again
    - MEDIUM  : fd: Always reset the polled_mask bits in fd_dodelete().
    - MEDIUM  : http/htx: unbreak option http_proxy
    - MEDIUM  : mux-h2: make sure the connection timeout is always set
    - MEDIUM  : port_range: Make the ring buffer lock-free.
    - MEDIUM  : spoe: arg len encoded in previous frag frame but len changed
    - MEDIUM  : vars: make sure the scope is always valid when accessing vars
    - MEDIUM  : protocols: properly initialize the proto_lock in 1.8
    - MEDIUM  : listener: Fix how unlimited number of consecutive accepts is 
    - MEDIUM  : mux-h2: do not recheck a frame type after a state transition
    - MEDIUM  : spoe: Don't use the SPOE applet after releasing it
    - MEDIUM  : vars: make the tcp/http unset-var() action support conditions
    - MEDIUM  : lb-chash: Ensure the tree integrity when server weight is 
    - MINOR   : ssl: fix 0-RTT for BoringSSL
    - MINOR   : http_fetch: Rely on the smp direction for "cookie()" and "hdr()"
    - MINOR   : http-rules: mention "deny_status" for "deny" in the error 
    - MINOR   : http: Call stream_inc_be_http_req_ctr() only one time per 
    - MINOR   : mux-h2: don't refrain from sending an RST_STREAM after another 
    - MINOR   : hlua: Only execute functions of HTTP class if the txn is HTTP 
    - MINOR   : mux-h2: always reset rcvd_s when switching to a new frame
    - MINOR   : mux-h2: always send stream window update before connection's
    - MINOR   : deinit/threads: make hard-stop-after perform a clean exit
    - MINOR   : ssl_sock: Fix memory leak when disabling compression
    - MINOR   : lua: Set right direction and flags on new HTTP objects
    - MINOR   : mux-h2: use CANCEL, not STREAM_CLOSED in h2c_frt_handle_data()
    - MINOR   : stream-int: also update analysers timeouts on activity
    - MINOR   : proxy: always lock stop_proxy()

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