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Atheme is a portable, secure set of open source, modular IRC services released under the BSD license, designed to run on many IRCds. Unlike alternative packages, Atheme's core is minimalistic, providing only core functionality. Atheme is a complete services set, excluding features designed for oper abuse.
Anope is a set of IRC Services designed for flexibility and ease of use. It forked from Epona early 2003 to pick up where Epona had been abandoned.
IRC Services software providing a standard ChanServ, NickServ and OperServ for your irc network, works with Charybdis 3.3 and InspIRCd 1.2.
OFTC created a new suite of services based on the core of hybrid to ease integration into our network. In the repository, /trunk tracks our new features, while /branches/oftc-ircservices-1.3 tracks our current version linked into the network. Please submit feature requests and bug reports to the ... [More]
Paradise Services is a fork of Atheme to add anope like functions. Despite the license stated, it's license is below: The paradise-services core is licensed under a modified ISC license, which is functionally equivilant to the two-clause BSD license. The text of the Atheme license is below: ... [More]
Janus is a server that allows IRC networks to share certain channels to other linked networks without needing to share all channels.
The 3rd major revision of the services is to be more stable, modular and easily expandable. Currently the project is aimed to be compatible with UnrealIRCd 3.2 branch but the protocol module will be as separate from the core as possible to allow migration to the 4 branch or another ircd if we choose so.
pircsrv is a set of IRC services that have been in development since 1998. pircsrv is robust and stable and cross-platform. pircsrv can be run on Linux, !MacOS, Unix and Windows platforms. pircsrv comes with the standard set of services: chanserv nickserv memoserv operserv features ... [More]
atheme-services +irken modifications, notably the aurora protocol. Although stated it's a New BSD license, it's really a ISC license, which is described below: Copyright (c) 2005-2008 Atheme Project (http://www.atheme.org) Copyright (c) 2008 Chris Fuenty Permission to use, copy ... [More]