Hi Uku and Marko,
First of all, thanks for this great project.
Like you guys, I live from open source / open data and I share your joy of be able to live from my passion and involvement.
As a long time user of G.Analytics and Matomo, I also share your concern about the messy interface and endless and confusing screens. Plus I would love to support a European alternative to these tools.
I love your commitment to private data protection and totally share your values.
Plausible is exactly the kind of software we are currently looking for with other volunteers to replace our current Matomo self-hosted instance for all the OpenstreetMap France projects (including openstreetmap.fr and many other related-projects, see https://github.com/osm-fr).
Our services are visited by thousands of users and to be able to improve their performance we would need:
- A/B testing
- cohort analysis
I haven’t seen these features in the public dashboard for future development, have you guys already planned them?
I believe A/B testing wouldn’t be that hard to implement, cohort analysis could be a bit tricky: I wonder if it could be done without any cookies? Heatmap would be a plus.
I’ve understood that simplicity is key to your product so I don’t know how my proposal would fit in your agenda. I believe that these 3 features are keys for proper open source serious development. From my point of view, they are needed to respect truly the principles for digital developments.