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version 0.4 on Dec 18th, 2011

Introduction

collective.piwik.core is the core package of the collective.piwik.* suite, that provides analytics data to Plone sites.

The Piwik open source analytics system is used to store and retrieve the usage data.

Works with Plone 4, not tested on Plone 3.

collective.piwik.core is not useful on its own. It is a dependency of the following products (version 0.2 or later):

Credits

Created by unweb.me

Development partially sponsored by Engagemedia.org

Contributors
  • Markos Gogoulos, mgogoulos at unweb.me
  • Dimitris Moraitis, dimo at unweb.me
Changelog
0.4 (17 Dec 2011)
  • moved repo to github [garbas, cpsaltis]
  • fix rest syntax [dimo]
0.3 (11 Feb 2011)
  • Auto update javascript tracking code when editing Piwik url or site Id
0.2 (23 Jan 2011)
  • Initial release

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Last updated Dec 18th, 2011

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