Adrian Holovaty insightfully points out that Greasemonkey is good for publishers because nearly all Greasemonkey scripts demonstrate how a Web site can be improved. Only a small minority of users will ever install Greasemonkey, but publishers can look at the scripts and figure out how to make their sites better for all of their users. In some ways, Greasemonkey is sort of an offshoot of the idea of user interface mods for computer games. When companies make the interfaces of their games modifiable, most of the improvements to the user interface arrive courtesy of community-built enhancements, and in many cases those enhancements get rolled back into the default interface so that all users can benefit from them. The idea that this can be accomplished with Web sites is somewhat revolutionary.