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Traditionally, chat clients on the Mac have been anything but glamorous. Colloquy is an advanced IRC, SILC & ICB client which aims to fill this void. By adhering to Mac OS X interface conventions, Colloquy has the look and feel of a quality Mac application.
The SILC Project develops the Secure Internet Live Conferencing protocol, which is designed to provide rich featured conferencing services and high security. The project has been coordinating the protocol development for the past few years and the protocol specifications are available through IETF. ... [More]
Ibid is a multi-protocol general purpose chat bot written in Python. It uses a natural language interface, and can connect to multiple sources, including IRC, Jabber and SILC servers, as well as allowing interaction using SMTP, HTTP and various RPC protocols. It aims to be agnostic with regard to ... [More]
The project was launched in summer 2003, motivated by the fact that there was no good graphical SILC client available. There was obvious demand for an easy to use client, as at the time there was only one fully featured client and it was a textual client. First proof-of-concept version of Silky ... [More]
earlbot originated as a simple title announcer for urls posted to a silc channel. It has since evolved to include functionality typically found in other common bots like seen, tell, karma etc. earlbot is built upon the excellent pysilc library by Alastair Tse and works with version 0.4, and the current 0.5 release.