[Greasemonkey] Claiming ownership of GreaseMonkeyed.com scripts

Tobias Orterer orterer at gmail.com
Fri Jul 22 03:20:02 EDT 2005


btw. just a hint:
http://www.klipfarm.com/

take a look how these guys manage there "user script".
(just make an account and log in)



On 7/22/05, Jesse Andrews <anotherjesse at gmail.com> wrote:
> > 1) scripts shouldn't have to change for directories
> 
> I agree that it shouldn't change for one directory (gmed or us.o) but
> I think that having a standard way of storing meta-information in the
> scripts would be useful.
> 
> For instance, many scripts have longer descriptions that programs
> could automatically grab if there was an easier way to specify long
> multiline descriptions.
> 
> One possiblity is for directories to look in scripts for info like
> @author-name, ... and if it is missing ignore it (they are optional
> fields then).
> 
> And as Britt said, we don't expect everyone to change their existing
> scripts and will gladly import them by hand.  We want to follow the
> DRY (don't repeat yourself) principal.  If there is not a standard way
> to put this info in the script someone will having to repeated enter
> the information in the repositories, and other locations that want to
> pull this meta-data.
> 
> Jesse
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