"Userscripts.org" seems to be down

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1birder4106
Jun 22, 2014, 3:23am

I just tried to install some graesemonkey scripts.
I could not do that as userscripts.org seems to be down.

Does anybody knows that problem too?
Is there an other way to get scripts?

2divinenanny
Jun 22, 2014, 5:41am

Yeah it's down, been down for months.
For now you can access it through http://userscripts.org:8080

3birder4106
Jun 22, 2014, 2:40pm

http://userscripts.org:8080 works not for me

I can't search.
And I can't download any scripts neither.

4jjmcgaffey
Ago 10, 2014, 1:12am

Try http://userscripts-mirror.org/ - seems more functional.

5omargosh
Ago 3, 2015, 5:36pm

I've finally moved the scripts I made over to GreasyFork (my new user page is here). I've also updated the Hacking LT wiki page with updated links (my scripts to the new GreasyFork links, as well as updating the ones still pointing to userscripts.org to now point to userscripts-mirror.org).

I'm aware that some of brightcopy's scripts are currently failing and will try to see if I can't mend some of them as I have time.

6henkl
Ago 3, 2015, 5:47pm

>5 omargosh: will try to see if I can't mend some of them

That would be great!

7jjmcgaffey
Ago 3, 2015, 6:25pm

It might be a good idea to switch the wiki links again - userscripts-mirror is a static mirror, so it doesn't have anything since userscripts went down. http://www.webextender.net/ seems to be taking up the slack. If you agree, I can do some of it - don't want to change your work unnecessarily. They copied userscripts, so the numbers for the scripts are (at least mostly - all the ones I checked) the same.

I said I'd try to work on brightcopy's scripts - there was a fix found*, for at least some of them. But I haven't gotten around to it at all. I PM'ed brightcopy and was told that I could (anyone could) work with the scripts, brightcopy doesn't mind and won't be doing it. The scripts are tagged "100% public domain".

*http://www.librarything.com/topic/115928#5020495 and the next few posts - it was Shimmin that found them, and I found a bit more.

8Collectorator
Ago 3, 2015, 6:31pm

omar, I would be so grateful if you could get the editions sorting going again. I miss it so much.

9Collectorator
Ago 3, 2015, 6:33pm

Wait! I see this:
https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/11321-librarything-more-editions-links
but but but when I open it, there's just a page of code

How do I make it work???

so excited
!!!

10jjmcgaffey
Ago 3, 2015, 6:57pm

You have Greasemonkey installed, right, and you use Firefox? When you click that link, on the page at greasyfork there should be a dark green button near the top left, saying Install this script. Click it and you should get a popup asking if you really want to install it (with a slight time-delay); click Install when it's ready and you should have the script installed. Restart your browser, and it should work. If you use Chrome and Tampermonkey, it should be similar - but I don't use them, so I can't do step-by-step.

This isn't editions sorting, though, it's extra links to the editions page. Still handy!

11Collectorator
Ago 3, 2015, 7:19pm

>10 jjmcgaffey: "This isn't editions sorting, though, it's extra links to the editions page."

ooooooo. yes, handy. Thanks.

Don't want to seem ungrateful, but, but, but, waaaa-aaa-aaaa-a--a-aaaa! :(

12omargosh
Ago 3, 2015, 8:45pm

>7 jjmcgaffey: Sure, feel free to change the URLs to webextender if you'd like (well, for the ones using userscripts-mirror). I personally will probably stick with working on GreasyFork instead of reclaiming my username on webextender, but that's just me. I imagine the existing static copies at webextender should be fine to point to. And thanks for letting know about brightcopy's blessing to rework his script. I know he licensed them as public domain, but still good to know.

>8 Collectorator: Just to confirm, this is the one you want? http://www.webextender.net/scripts/show/100913

13Collectorator
Ago 3, 2015, 9:48pm

>12 omargosh: ecstatic YES!!!

14jjmcgaffey
Ago 3, 2015, 11:39pm

12> I actually hadn't known about Greasyfork, so thanks - one more to keep track of, but more is better (so the scripts don't all go away if one site goes down!). I do like live sites better than plain mirrors, so I'll do the switch (slowly, as I have time - the -mirror links are working fine, anyway).

And up to you - but if you want, I'm willing to sign up with webextender and copy the fixed brightcopy scripts (and yours too, if you want - with attribution, of course) over to there, so people can find them on both sites. Not going to do it unless you agree, since I'm not doing the fixing!