This is an announcement regarding the Issue Tracker used for the Piwik project. We are excited to announce that Piwik has migrated from Trac to now using Github issues for managing our issues!

More than 5,400 tickets and 20,000+ comments from 1,000+ users were migrated to Github. Read on for more information.

Where do I find Piwik Issue Tracker?

Benefits of using Github Issues for the Piwik project

There are several advantages of moving to Github issues:

  • Faster and responsive user interface
  • Better cross-project referencing of issues
  • Ability to notify people with the @username functionality
  • No spam
  • Integration with Pull requests and our Git repository

How do I get notifications for all Piwik tickets?

To receive notifications for new tickets or new comments in the Piwik project, go to github.com/piwik/piwik, then click the Watch button at the top of the page.

In Github, watching a repository lets you follow new commits, pull requests, and issues that are created.

How do I report a bug in Piwik?
See Submitting a bug report.

How do I suggest a new feature?
See Submitting a feature request.

Next steps

At Piwik we care a lot about Data ownership. For this reason we need to have an up to date copy of all our tickets and comments out of github.com servers. Our next step will be to create and release as open source a tool to let anyone create a Mirror of their Github issues. See #5299.

For more information about the Trac->migration, see #5273.

We look forward to reading your issues on Github!


Matthieu Aubry

While studying in India in 2006, Matthieu had the idea of creating an open source web analytics alternative to Google Analytics. In 2007 he released the first public beta version of Piwik. Matthieu now leads the project from New Zealand, where he likes to spend his days coding new features from the Piwik Roadmap, and helping users and customers use Piwik effectively. Find him on twitter or github.