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    Peter Bittner
    @bittner
    ... but that wouldn't be that case with dropping support.
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    I agree. I would posit that, indeed, dropping obsolete versions is not a change of the API. Maybe this position itself is a change of API, then we could release as 2.0.0 and go incremental from there.
    Peter Bittner
    @bittner
    Sounds good. Maybe a bit exaggerated. :smirk: But who cares! Fill the pipeline! :shipit:
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    Ah, I thought you liked a 2.0 release? I am perfectly happy just releasing 1.1!
    Peter Bittner
    @bittner
    2.0, 2.0, 2.0 !!! Do it! Also good for marketing.
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    It is done, at long last! :-D
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    I'm going to close issues that are languishing for a long time without updates.
    Aaron Pardes
    @apardes
    Hi guys - I'm trying to install on Ubuntu 14.04 with Python3.5 and Django 1.8.4 but getting a ImportError: No module named 'analytical' error. I saw someone got the same error above, would love to know if anyone found a solution. Thanks!
    Peter Bittner
    @bittner
    @apardes This may be a stupid question of mine, but: Did you run pip install django-analytical?
    Peter Bittner
    @bittner
    @apardes I added some more hints in the issue #85 you opened. Please check it that helps.
    Harshit Garg
    @theharshitgarg
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    Daniel Vitiello
    @Vitiell0
    Hey guys I am trying to get Intercom working with analytical but running into this error: analytical.utils.AnalyticalException: INTERCOM_APP_ID setting: must be a string looking like 'XXXXXXX': 'mystring'
    I used the package django-intercom successfully with my APP ID so I know it works. Wondering if anyone has an idea why it's not recognizing my ID string
    Daniel Vitiello
    @Vitiell0
    I found out the problem was tied to this: jcassee/django-analytical#97
    Pi Delport
    @PiDelport
    Hello folks!
    I just want to check, has there been any discussion of adding Facebook Pixel to django-analytical?
    I didn't see any ticket or PR for it, so I'm thinking of going ahead and doing that.
    Is there anything I should know beforehand?
    goabout-tools
    @goabout-tools
    Hi Pi, as far as I know nobody is working on adding Facebook Pixel yet.
    I don't think you know anything special beforehand. The basis is usually just inserting the JavaScript. More advanced functionality is often automatically tagging logged in users. The other tags should give you some inspiration.
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    Heh, got logged in using the wrong account there...
    Peter Bittner
    @bittner
    @jcassee @pjdelport Good job for the latest release! The package is now all shiny, again! :sunny:
    Joost, you could disable the Projects tab, and add a few tags below the repository description. Just to clean things up even more.
    Pi Delport
    @PiDelport
    Glad I could help! :D
    Peter Bittner
    @bittner
    These are the moments when I say, "That's why free software (open source) really makes sense". :clap:
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    @bittner Removed the Projects tab. What did you mean by adding a few tags?
    Ah, GitHub calls those topics. Got it.
    Added python, django and analytics. Other suggestions welcome!
    Peter Bittner
    @bittner
    :+1: I have also "templates" on my fork. The project is about keeping templates clean, right? :bulb:
    https://github.com/bittner/django-analytical
    Navin Bahadur Rana
    @nabin98rana
    Not working, I got an error while loading a template tag
    TemplateSyntaxError at /en/test/
    Invalid block tag on line 8: 'google_analytics', expected 'endblock'. Did you forget to register or load this tag?
    I load the tag as well

    {% extends 'base.html' %}
    {% load analytical %}

    {% block content %}
    <div class="container">
    {% google_analytics %}

    </div>

    {% endblock content %}

    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    @nabin98rana Strange. The error does suggest that Django has not loaded the google_analytics tag...
    Navin Bahadur Rana
    @nabin98rana
    Thank you, I resolved the problem
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    Good to hear! I'm curious, what was the problem?
    Navin Bahadur Rana
    @nabin98rana
    The problem I was't load {% google_analytics %} in right place
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    Ah, makes sense. Well, happy programming!
    BarnabasSzabolcs
    @BarnabasSzabolcs
    Hi, how can I add google analytics events to my template?
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    Hi @BarnabasSzabolcs, django-analytical does not support event -- yet, I would hope.
    When I started the project I thought I would wait until we had a couple of other analytics systems to see if we could find a nice generic interface, but nobody has tried this yet.
    Sorry I don't have better news.
    Standard open source terms apply, of course, i.e. interested in contributing...?
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    @bittner @pjdelport Alright, I merged all outstanding pull requests that were ready. I'll release a new version in a short while.
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    Released version 2.5.0! :cake: :tada:
    Pi Delport
    @PiDelport
    Awesome, thanks! 🎉 ☕
    Peter Bittner
    @bittner
    No reaction yet from the Jazzband. :worried: jazzband/roadies#115
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    They woke up!
    jazzband/roadies#116
    Joost Cassee
    @jcassee
    Peter Bittner
    @bittner
    A great Django package takes its journey towards a prolonged prosperous future! :+1: