(UGH, to access that wiki page Greasemonkey has to be disabled so it doesn't intercept it as a userscript)
The raw text file version of that page should be accessed as , i.e.,
Greasemonkey does not currently automatically recognize the above as a userscript.
However you can fool Greasemonkey into automatically treating it as a userscript by appending
.user.js to the URL, using some bogus parameter such as
This link will cause Greasemonkey to automatically try to install the above.
Maybe creating a Template to handle the rewriting needed would be appropriate.