@rathann: I'm pretty sure I never installed it except as the package mozilla-https-everywhere, so it must be compatible with FF56. Addons shows Version 2017.11.21 (corresponding to the Fedora package), enabled (and not "LEGACY"). No big deal. I'm using mozilla-noscript-5.1.4-1.fc27.noarch.rpm for now.
After upgrading to mozilla-noscript-5.1.7-1.fc25 from mozilla-noscript-5.1.1-1.fc25, Firefox 56 requires removal (while Firefox is not running) of the ~/.cache/mozilla/firefox/*/startupCache directory before it will enable NoScript.
On https://noscript.net/ there's now a 10.1.2 with a few features added. (BTW, I don't suppose you'd be willing to do a one-time build for mozilla-adblockplus? I filed https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1513731 since it hasn't been updated to WebExtension yet. It seems that the current assignee is no longer active. Ivan Romanov attached a working .spec file.)
@mastaiza This is what upstream released. The release notes above say, for example, that ClearClick and ABE are not yet implemented. That's not a reason to give -1 karma. Older version doesn't work with FF57 at all, so I'm not going to unpush this update just because some features are missing. It's better to have some features than none at all.
Confirm, seems to work.
Just a little reminder, for next week: next Tuesday is the big release of Firefox 57, in which only WebExtensions-Addons will run. NoScript is currently no such Addon and thus is incompatible with Firefox 56 and below. But there will be a compatible NoScript release on the exact same date as Firefox 57 is released. So it would be really nice when Firefox 57 and the new compatible NoScript version will get pushed together to Fedora to ensure a seamless update procedure.
I assume this release requires Firefox <= 56, so that users who have it installed only get updated when the new NoScript version is in stable repo?