@codetriage-readme-bot opened this Pull Request on June 5th 2019

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@mattab commented on June 10th 2019 Member

Hello, our repo is matomo-org/matomo could you maybe update this? And update the page on codetriage to reflect our new name "Matomo" instead of piwik? Thanks

@schneems commented on June 10th 2019

Thanks for letting me know, moving and merging repos is still a manual process on my end. I updated it for you. Updated the PR as well. Thanks for the review!

@schneems commented on June 10th 2019

The PR message still references the old name, but the contents of the PR are correct

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