I've read the TOS but I don't fully understand. Short question, if someone copies my script from this site, and lets say he only does very few changes, as putting his own name, but abusively using my work, can I report him and have his copy removed ?

Re: @mihaimorcov:

Short question, if someone copies my script from this site, and lets say he only does very few changes, as putting his own name, but abusively using my work, can I report him and have his copy removed ?

If that user didn't fork it with the "Submit Code as Fork" I will fix the fork status to give you upstream status providing you were first in the queue. All scripts may be forked with the sites forking capabilities. Even one of my active ones was forked properly with zero changes and that's currently okay... We may end up preventing that code wise at a later date but if it's a one character change and it has the fork history in it properly it's fine.

Someone may not remove anothers @copyright but may add their own as well.

but abusively using my work

How is it being abused other than annoyance?

It's my bad for not being as informed as I should, but what fork does ? It updates the code on my initial script page ?
I'm interested in the case where someone would copy paste the code from my page, and would post a new script from their account, but with my base code. Am I able to report that page to be removed ?

Re: @mihaimorcov:

but what fork does ?

Visit someone elses Source Code tab and you will see it

It updates the code on my initial script page ?

That is a different feature with the OpenUserJS metadata block.. visit https://openuserjs.org/user/add/scripts#collaboration

in the case where someone would copy paste the code from my page, and would post a new script from their account, but with my base code. Am I able to report that page...

Yes... but...

... to be removed ?

No. All scripts may be forked period. You may report it and it will be evaluated and fixed with the fork history if applicable. Most of the ask.fm scripts here on this site for example all stem from one script but they can be forked all they want to be. This is no different than GitHub's forking capabilities.

OUJS encourages teamwork with optional and preferred collaboration but for example if you disappear for an extended amount of time FOSS licensing will allow derivatives and even if you don't disappear someone may want something different that you don't like... thus forking is always allowed.

We do encourage everyone to create a script issue first and if there isn't a response then fork it! :)

OK, not cool but I got it. There's only one solution in this case, thank you.

Re: @mihaimorcov:

It is "very cool" and keeps the "copyright cults" at bay, as I just read on another site, from being snarky about it.

I've already examined your account and unless you notify moderation with flagging I don't see any issue with your scripts being improperly forked... but doesn't mean the name hasn't changed... hence why you should report it if it's missing the fork history.

There's only one solution in this case

I've given you several options... what you plan to do is your choice. If you are planning on gaining a bad attitude about it then there may be only one solution for you. The TOS is available before anyone logs in and accepts it by doing that.

thank you.

You are welcome.

Re: @mihaimorcov:
Just to clear, according to our TOS, all scripts must be licensed under an Open Source Initiative approved licensed. All of these allow derivatives. Unless someone violates the terms of a license (like not giving proper attribution if required), we can't remove a script. Yes we would really prefer people to use the forking feature since it preserves forking history, but we can't remove a script just because they don't use it.

From day one we were and still are a host for FOSS user scripts. It was something I thought key to the user script community. But if you want to use copyright to "protect" your precious user scripts, then this really isn't the place for you.