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Program D is the most widely used free AIML bot platform in the world. It is the most feature-complete, best-tested implementation of the current AIML specification. It supports unlimited multiple bots in a single server instance, and has an open-ended architecture. It can be deployed as a J2EE web ... [More]
JZBot is an IRC bot written in Java. It's almost entirely factoid based, with a turing-complete (but simple) factoid language that allows everything from its roulette command to its weather command to be written as factoids. It even allows administrators to start an HTTP server that can access ... [More]
An IRC bot written in Python, primarily designed to host various games. Uses a simple, easy-to-learn plugin interface, ideal for beginners.
sIRC is a general purpose IRC client library for Java, to be used as a foundation for IRC clients or bots. Using an event-driven architecture for recieving messages and a easy way of sending messages, sIRC simplifies the task of working with IRC servers.
An IRC-Bot, written in Perl. There are a lot of useful commands for channel management (and other stuff) available per default. Also it's possible to create your own Plugins to extend it's functionality.
A reinvention of the venerable infobot IRC bot, written in perl, and designed to be completely modular to add new features, storage providers, and chat servers.
Infobot-like behaviour plugin for supybot. This is the Factoids plugin, which can take an infobot's database dump (almost verbatim, very minor scriptable change required) and use it as a factoids store. My own bot uses this, and is the main development erm, guinea pig.
Triplie is an AI bot based on 2nd up to 6th order Markov model. It uses an SQLite database for storage, and can be distributed to work on multiple machines on a LAN. Triplie creates directed graphs which are made of nodes, which represent the words read from the user A graph representing ... [More]
psyBNC is an easy-to-use, multi-user, permanent IRC Bouncer with many features. Some of its features include symmetric ciphering of talk and connections (Blowfish and IDEA) It supports SSL connections and compiles on Linux, FreeBSD, SunOs and Solaris.