No you won't lose a Google Analytics (urchin.js), Google

There has been some rumors, that user of “urchin.js” would soon lose their Google Analytics reporting, “we have no immediate plans to decommission urchin.js. However, all new accounts have been set up using ga.js instead of urchin.js. Here’re some of the ga.js benefits: Faster, smaller source file; Automatic detection of HTTPS; Increased namespace safety; More convenient set […]

There has been some rumors, that user of “urchin.js” would soon lose their Google Analytics reporting, “we have no immediate plans to decommission urchin.js. However, all new accounts have been set up using ga.js instead of urchin.js. Here’re some of the ga.js benefits: Faster, smaller source file; Automatic detection of HTTPS; Increased namespace safety; More convenient set up for tracking e-commerce transactions; More customizable code for interactive Ajax-based sites;  Ability to take advantage of the most up-to-date tracking functionality as it is added to Google Analytics,” says Google.