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Displaying Past and One-time Sponsorships

screenshot of current and past sponsorships of the Homebrew project

Starting today you'll see a project or a user's past sponsorships (either one-time, or recurring) displayed on their Sponsors profile in addition to the current sponsorships, which have always been displayed. This gives a better picture of the all-time sponsorship activity – let us know what you think in our feedback discussion!

We have streamlined our account recovery flow to help us verify your identity in the instance you lose access to your two-factor authentication (2FA) device and get locked out of your npm account.

If you lose access to your 2FA device and your recovery codes, you can now sign in to your npm account using your username and password and then request an account recovery. You will be asked to fill the form as shown below. We recommend you provide as much information as possible when requesting an account recovery.


Read more about how you can recover your 2FA enabled accounts here.

For accounts with 2FA, linking your GitHub account and Twitter account in your profile settings will help verify your identity quicker.

Note: The new account recovery flow tries to gather and map information about your identity such that our support team can address your request sooner. Since there is a manual review in place, this recovery process will take few days to complete. We recommend our users generate and keep a copy of their recovery code to be used as the primary recovery option and avoid getting locked out of your account for a prolonged period of time.

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CodeQL now officially supports customizing the build configuration for Go analysis in the Actions workflow file. This aligns the Go configuration experience with the C/C++, C#, and Java analysis. The new customization options allow for more flexibility, for example when the build fails, or if analysis is desired on different source files.

All your existing CodeQL workflows for Go analysis will continue to work and continue to be supported. You don’t need to take any action to keep Go analysis running.

Example Actions workflow steps using Go build customization

  - name: Checkout repository
    uses: actions/checkout@v3

  - name: Initialize CodeQL
    uses: github/codeql-action/init@v2
      languages: go

  - name: Build code
      # You can modify these commands or add new commands to customize the build process
      make bootstrap
      make release

  - name: Perform CodeQL Analysis
    uses: github/codeql-action/analyze@v2

Learn more about CodeQL and code scanning.

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