A multi-protocol instant messaging app for Mac OS X
Adium is an Open Source, multi-protocol instant messaging application for Mac OS X. Adium supports AIM, ICQ, Jabber, MSN, Yahoo!, Google Talk, Bonjour, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, SIP/SIMPLE (Text), and Lotus Sametime. Additionally, it supports all of these applications at once so, even if you have multiple IM accounts, you don't have to log into each account separately.
Fire is a multi-protocol instant messenger client for Mac OS X based on freely available libraries for each service. Currently Fire handles AOL Instant Messenger®, ICQ®, MSN® Messenger, Jabber, limited IRC, Yahoo!®, and Apple Bonjour communications.
BoomBot is a developer's framework for writing a bot connecting to the AIM network. It manages the network communication for the bots so that they can be easily written without worrying about AIM itself at all. Bots can be written in Objective-C or Lua.
Proteus is a multi service instant messaging application for Mac OSX. At the core of Proteus is this Service Controller! This controller provides a common interface for any number of applications to plug into. Each application that knows how to commun
Smiley is a small application that makes it easy to add new emoticons to iChat and iChat AV applications. With Smiley, you can add prebuilt emoticon packs or create your own images and add them easily and quickly.
TikiTwit is an Open Source, GPL'ed Cocoa application that automatically synchronizes iChat and twitter.com status messages.
Utility for extracting, indexing, searching, archiving, viewing, and exporting iChat transcripts. Turns thousands of individual unsearchable binary iChat files into an sqlite database and a .tar.gz file.
iAppLauncher is a program that resides in the Mac OS X Dock. Instead of having to waste space with multiple icons for Apple\'s iApps, you use only one. Menubar integration is planned for the future.
the iChat Auto-Reply, adds away message functionality to Apple's iChat
Instant messenger on C for Linux platform