CPx86 (currently in Alpha development stages) will be a fully fledged IRC bot, multi-user BNC server, and an Automated Network protection bot. Currently, the SDK covers all needed aspects of IRCd, and is extremely stable and functional. For Linux/Windows
A multiplatform IRC client written in Python using wxPython for GUI.
EyeAreSee Java IRC client with a focus on ease of use. EyeAreSee is intended to be powerful but also a "quick and easy" IRC client that is easy to start up and use without the learning curve of clients such as BitchX.
FireIRC is an IRC Client that brings the ideas of mIRC, X-Chat, and Linkinus all into one client. With FireIRC you get lots of extendability for whatever needs you need on IRC.
GeoIRC is a stable, customizable, usable, scriptable, good-looking IRC client. The development team hopes to make it the client of choice for a significant portion of the IRC community.
Happy Fun Bot is a fully modular IRC bot. This consists of a basic engine, providing networking code and event handling, and a core module which provides some basic bot functionality. All other functionality will be provided by third-party modules.
IRCer is VisualBASIC open-source IRC client.
Inox is an irc bot written from scratch in java. Modules can be loaded and unloaded in runtime and provide a framework for other modules. Multiple channels are supported as well as a powerfull config file.
An IRC server written in C from scratch. Well, it's not _yet_ a fully featured IRC server. The goal is to make it multi-platformed, highly configurable at compile and run times, to allow it to run on slow machines, using the least amount of resources.
KMyIRC is the try to bring a good and easy, not full bloated, IRC client to KDE. Of course, there are several other IRC client like ksirc or kvirc, but they're - not userfriendly - full bloated with too much of stuff the normal irc user doesn't ne
A Work-In-Progress, Full-Featured, Open Source IRC Client
Kashyyyk is full featured, open source, cross platform IRC client. It was originally written to replace HexChat on OS X. At the time, HexChat (a fork of XChat) had only had a single release on OS X, which was still in alpha. Kashyyyk is extremely small, the binaries and related libraries totaling around half a megabyte. Kashyyyk also has very few external dependencies, the official binaries statically linking all supporting libraries. Kashyyyk is natively available for OS X, Windows, and FreeBSD. Additionally, it can be compiled for Cygwin/X. When possible, Kashyyyk takes advantage of native OS capabilites, such as the OS X notification center. Kashyyyk uses the libfjirc library originally written for the Whittler IRC bot and the libfjnet wrapper written for TurboSphere. It has an FLTK-based GUI. Kashyyyk is intended to be cross platform and easily compiled. It is known to compile using Clang, GCC, Cygwin, Sun Studio, and MSVC 2013.
Simple shoutbox. Used programming language: VB.net Requirements: .NET Framework 4.5.2 or above
NejuChat is a framework for writing xchat scripts in python. It abstracts away the cumbersome xchat interface, and provides some goodies. The current source supports loading modules, (unload might take patches to xchat), and comes with some nifty module
Project LSP aims to create various scripts, plugins and useful programs for the Linux-based operating systems. LSP stands for "Linux Scripts and Plugins".
This project will revolutionize client to server program communications. Open source versions of anything we release, will be available here.
A multiplatform IRC bot written in Ruby with On-the-fly (un)loadable modules, Support for multiple networks , Eggdrop style user permissions (but with multinetwork support) and soon Botnet support with userfile sharing
IRCX chat server that supports the MSN Chat Control via GateKeeper authenication emulation. Based on ignitionServer 0.1.1.
irclog-xml converts IRC chat logs to xml and HTML. Currently supported chat log formats are: BitchX, Mirc, and Xchat.
IRC services (typicall Andy's services) written to works with the IRC-Hispano IRCd in P09, and fully DDB (Distributed Data Base) support.
KrypticIRCd is an advanced bahamut IRCd. with SSL & Hostmasking, A never before seen Oper System will soon be implemented. KrypticIRCd is derived from Bahamut 1.8x. It's developed by various users on Irc.KaosIRC.net #coders
Lillybot is an OpenCyc-based irc chatbot. It implements a very simple reasoning engine that works with the OpenCyc ontology, and hooks it to a natural-language parser. It can answer simple english questions with small simple-english replies.
mIRCd is an IRCd that you run with mIRC using Remote Script files. The goal for mIRCd is to get a reasonable amount of users to be able to connect simultaneously and to add many mIRC specific features. You must download the latest mIRC32 use this script.
Simple IRCD implemented in python
Sanvirc is a script for KVirc that includes funtions like: nick identification, autojoin, defense, atack, bots management, away system, etc. At the moment works whis IRC-Hispano bots but is very easy to adapt to other servers.
control your download server via irc
Remote control your transmission torrent client over IRC. Useful when both your downloading machine and the machine you want to control from are behind a firewall. Works transparently, you can control by using transmission-remote command line syntax.