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Essentially a clone of Microsoft's Exchange Chat Service, for Unix platforms. With added security and features thrown in as we see fit...
nBounce is a lightweight IRC Bouncer that uses MySQL db for everything. It's written from scratch and not based on any other BNC's. It's capable of loading modules, such as webinterface. Changelog can be found here: http://www.nbounce.se/changelog.txt
shell IRC client for Linux, FreeBSD, OSX, including < windowed > channels/privmsgs using ncurses, and FServe capability. May run as a standalone bot in the background. Official beta is available.
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A bot with loadable module support. The base consists of config file support, user and userfile support, network support and module support. The modules will have access to various functions that are in the base, for example they will be able to use
The SkyChat Network patches & development.
libslIRC is an easy to use, message loop based IRC library written in and written for C++. While being modular and allowing for easy extension, modules for many important tasks are delivered with the library.
Slaaf is an open source IRC bot. It's built in a way so that every just starting developer can write modules for it.