Userscripts.org has started a major feedback program that enables users to request and vote for features. Both registered and guest users can participate in the poll. Just visit the homepage and click on the feedback tab available at the left.

I found the two most voted feature-requests were auto-update scripts and creating "better" classification system for the scripts. But I chose to vote for auto-update scripts and integrating @version.

If @version is implemented, it would be easier to auto-update scripts just by checking @version at a regular interval, say once in a month.


But since userscripts are based on Mozilla's Greasemonkey extension, Userscripts community has to again request for features if @version and auto-updates of scripts are to work in tandem. They may have other plans. Still, we are going to see some changes after a long time in terms of functionality of the scripts.

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