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A Python IRC bot made using the Twisted matrix IRC library. Features: modular live refresh of modules coder friendly (a basic module requires just 2 lines of code) This is not the most non-coder friendly bot out there. You might want to try Supybot or Phenny instead (see sidebar).
Passerd is a Twitter client that runs an IRC server. Just run it and point an IRC client to it, and you'll see your Twitter friends as IRC contacts, and tweets appearing as messages on an IRC channel.
An IRC bot written in Python, primarily designed to host various games. Uses a simple, easy-to-learn plugin interface, ideal for beginners.
WelcomeSummaryTinyIRCClient adds object-orientated event-based access to the IRC protocol. Based on the reliablitiy and efficiency of the Twisted networking engine. What comes with TinyIRCClient?With essential functions such as, notify, msg, say, kick, ban, unban, voice, devoice, op, deop and lots ... [More]
OtfBot is a modular IRC bot. It has modules to respond to !commands, answer to keywords, post RDF headlines in the channel, kick users of bad words, interact with the user with an A.I. (megahal, SQL), display 8-ball quotes, and much more. New plugins can be created in minutes.
Attempt to rewrite all of the functionality of existing eggdrop-based IRC bot 'k19' from NskIRC network. Features: - highly modular structure - lot of modules included
OpenBot is an OpenSource IRC Bot, it's written in Python and it uses Twisted NET FrameWork, so it works on more O.S. (Linux, Windows, MAC, BSD). Since the main coder and all helpers and testers are Italian the description is written in Italian, but the project language is (almost) written in ... [More]
TetsuBotTetsuBot is an IRC bot framework written in Python. It uses the Twisted event-driven networking engine. Presently, TetsuBot is still under development. GoalsModular nature where plugins can be loaded and unloaded on-the-fly Plugin dependency checking and automatic loading of dependencies ... [More]