Talk:Cross-browser userscripting

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I vote for renaming this page "User script engines". The existing name is a bit cumbersome. Arantius 12:12, 13 May 2007 (EDT)

I was planning to give it a shorter name, but it was suggested I make it more explicit for googleability. I don't think "User script engines" works well, since the page is (intended to be) about issues/tips relating to porting scripts or making scripts work in several user script engines. A "user script engines" page would be a great addition, and could link to this one, but I don't feel they should be one and the same page. --Henrik 14:23, 13 May 2007 (EDT)
-1 for rename. I think the current title better describes what the page is about. If anything, userscripting can be changed to scripting, but it's really fine as is, IMO. --Ldrhcp 21:20, 13 May 2007 (EDT)

There was a long list of software similar to Greasemonkey building up on the Greasemonkey Wikipedia page. I found it very useful, as a more complete copy of this page. But the list was removed from Wikipedia, so I have brought it here. I noted the migration of the list on the Wikipedia talk page:

Oh I found a list here: I guess that makes our list redundant. Rather than having two copies, it may be best to remove the non-GM-like systems, after moving anything relevant to Wikipedia. Any objections? Joeytwiddle 14:03, 7 September 2009 (EDT)