Piwik is an open source project brought to you by the Piwik team members as well as many other contributors around the globe. If you believe in our vision of building an outstanding analytics platform, we hope you will join us! If you would like to learn more about how you can participate, see Getting involved... or get in touch!

Maciej Zawadziński CEO

Matthieu Aubry Founder and CTO

Michał Andreasik

Patryk Andrzejewski

Ewa Bałazińska

Kuba Bomba

Dominik Czajka

Łukasz Dziuba

Thomas Fulczyk

Stefan Giehl

Michał Gonera

Alexander Gulentz

Grzegorz Jendroszczyk

Marek Juszczyński

Destiny Lalane

Rafał Lemieszewski

Daniel Lenkiewicz

Jacek Lubziński

Benaka Moorthi

Matthieu Napoli

Piotr Niewiadomski

Tomasz Olszewski

Konrad Pawlikowski

Sebastian Piskorski

Fabian Rodriguez

Leo Sarian

Thomas Steur

Michael Sweeney

Tomasz Sygnowski

Michał Tomczak

Igor Vasic

Mariusz Waligóra

Krzysztof Węgliński

Jan Wroniszewski

Kamil Zając


A special thanks to these amazing people who have contributed something major to the project!

Julien Moumné Core developer

Peter Boehlke Piwik Consulting Germany

Thomas Zilliox Core developer

Fabian Becker Core developer

  • Gregor Aisch Gregor is our Visualization Specialist Genius who implemented our beautiful Visitors world maps and Real time user maps in Piwik. He currently works as Graphics editor at The New York Times.

  • Timo Besenreuther Active contributor for years, Timo has built some of our most innovative new features such as Transitions, Row Evolution and Page Overlay.

  • Mattias Levin– created and maintains the Analytics iOS SDK for Piwik to provide iOS mobile app analytics.

  • Alexey Subbotin – created and maintains the Analytics Android SDK for Piwik to provide Android mobile app analytics.

  • André Bräkling – created WP-Piwik, the official WordPress plugin to integrate Piwik

  • Anthon Pang – active contributor for years, Anthon has designed some some major features in Piwik such as the first version of the Javascript tracker. He still regularly advises the team.

  • Cyril B. – implemented Log Analytics functionality in Piwik. He is CEO of Web hosting company Alwaysdata who is hosting

  • Thomas Seifert – lead the migration to the new Piwik forums, writing a complete migration script from Invision to Phorum, and is also hosting the new forums.

  • Marcin Galecki – worked on the new Piwik UI and prepared pixel perfect mockups of a fresh, professional new design.

  • Stepan Sukharyna – implemented the html/css/js changes for the new Piwik design perfectly respecting the mockups.

  • Dibia Victor – implemented the SEO widget, giving essential SEO data about the Piwik website.

  • Khanh Pham – implemented the feature “Hash tags restore UI state” greatly improving user experience.

  • Adrian Speyer, Robert Schilt and Thierry Scelles – contributed to the project with their fresh Marketing & PR skills.

  • Aurélien Requiem – created and maintains the official Debian package for Piwik.

  • Noah Firth – Noah is our Translations Coordinator helping translators worldwide contribute to Piwik.

  • Johan Mathé – was the system administrator for all Piwik servers and services for the first few years (trac, emails, web) and we are very grateful for his precious help!

  • Thomas Zeithaml – implemented the original Live! plugin and is available as a Piwik consultant in Germany.

  • Julien Rouvière – did a great job at implementing the customizable dashboard in Piwik.

  • OpenX – sponsored Matthieu in 2007 to start building Piwik. Matthieu stayed employed at OpenX for more than a year, mostly developing Piwik and supporting the community.

Piwik Translators

Piwik translators have done an incredible job making Piwik available to so many people of different languages and cultures. Thank you all!

list of piwik translators

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