It seems I have not done a good job of tracking user scripts for Firefox, despite the fact that I think transforming the content of web pages you visit ("living where your users are") is one of the most powerful capabilities libraries should be leveraging. In fact, one may wonder whether it's worth putting effort into upgrading the OPAC interface - why not just build more user scripts?
Here are the ones I have quickly gathered
- Book Burro (mentioned indirectly on August 14, 2005)
- Seattle Public Library
- Palo Alto Library
- Melvyl (University of California libraries)
- KVK (Germany)
- Lakeland Library Co-op (West Michigan)
- New York Public Library
- Toronto Public Library
- Timberland Regional Library (Washington State)
- Cass District Library (Michigan)
- Ann Arbor District Library (AADL, in Michigan)
- St. Joseph County Libraries (Indiana)
- University of Huddersfield (UK) by Dave Pattern reported by Lorcan Dempsey
- Open WorldCat
- more in a big list at http://dunck.us/collab/ in GreaseMonkeyUserScriptsSpecific: Amazon
- another big list at http://userscripts.org/tags/library
If you need help, you might try dunck.us GreaseMonkeyUserScriptRequest
I have added all of the above to
Please feel free to contribute to that wiki page.
Also see panlibus: Greasemonkey - one brand of Library 2.0 glue.