UGH, to access that wiki page Greasemonkey has to be disabled so it doesn't intercept it as a userscript
Or the link can be given on a wiki page with a bogus parameter appended to the URL to block Greasemoneky from triggering. E.g.
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 Templates to handle the rewriting needed would be appropriate.