Announcing our latest open source project: DeviceDetector

This blog post is an announcement for our latest open source project release: DeviceDetector! The Universal Device Detection library will parse any User Agent and detect the browser, operating system, device used (desktop, tablet, mobile, tv, cars, console, etc.), brand … Read More

Help us Reset The Net today on June 5th

This blog post explains why the Piwik project is joining ResetTheNet online protest and how you can help make a difference against mass surveillance. It also includes an infographic and links to useful resources which may be of interest to … Read More

Official Debian Package for Piwik now available

We are excited to announce the release of Piwik package for Debian based linux distributions! There are several ways to use Piwik: – Download and upload to your server – or use 1-click Piwik installers – or use Microsoft web … Read More

Analytics for ePortfolios, Mahara hui conference

I was privileged to present at the Mahara Hui conference in Wellington, New Zealand. Here are the slides of my presentation “Analytics for ePortfolios”: Summary: by using an analytics tool that integrates well with Mahara, such as Piwik, Mahara users … Read More

Happy new year

  For 2013 we wish you all the best, but most importantly: health, mindfulness, happiness, and peace. Happy new year!

Piwik needs your help now!

Christmas is a time of giving. So, if you are feeling generous and also believe in the ethics of Piwik and its team of hardworking volunteers, we could really use your help (and any amount counts!). A team of engineers … Read More

Integrate Piwik into your Rails Application

piwik_analytics is a Gem for Ruby on Rails 3.x. After installing Piwik on your server and creating a website, you get a JavaScript tracking tag that you have to include in your website. When working with Rails the tracking tag … Read More