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Yet another IRC client for me and you
A web-based IRC client that makes IRC less intimidating and easier to use.
Circe, a Client for IRC in Emacs
A modern Android IRC client. #revolutionirc on Freenode.
An Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client. ![Open-Source Software][OSS Icon]
Open-source IRC client for Mac OS X. ![Open-Source Software][OSS Icon] ![Freeware][Freeware Icon]
Based on XChat, easy to use, spell check & multiple languages. (source)
Uses the chrome.sockets APIs to connect directly to IRC servers without needing a proxy. (source)
Distributed (clients can attach to and detach from a central core that stays permanently online. (source)
Multi-server/channel support, SASL support, Smooth channel scrolling / swiping. (source)
User-friendly client built on the KDE Platform. (source)
Simple IRC c**lient - a terminal client in less than 250 lines of C.
Terminal client, multi-protocol friendly for module authors, GPLv2.
IRCCloud iOS App
IRCCloud Android App
Standalone IRCCloud desktop client for OS X
Group chat for teams, friends, and communities. stay connected, chat from anywhere, and never miss a message (+client) (£0-£3.50/month).
Always online, lightweight and secure Open Source IRC proxying with backlogging. (source)
A Node ircd (IRC daemon)
A very simple Internet Relay Chat (IRC) server
Haskell IRC daemon.
Scalable IRCv3.2 server for large, community-oriented networks
Modern, experimental server that's portable and designed around specifications. (source)
Designed for large networks with high scalability requirements. (source)
IRC bot that simplifies posting to IRC from shell scripts
A robust, full-featured, and user/programmer-friendly Python IRC bot, with many existing plugins. Successor of the well-known Supybot.
Python IRC bot
An IRC bot written in Clojure.
An IRC bot written in brainfuck
IRC C++ eval bot
CloudBot - The simple, fast, expandable, open-source Python IRC Bot!
An IRC bot with a bunch of features.
One chat bot to rule them all
---EVE: A Project for a Top-Tier IRC Bot--- Eve was originally designed on an entirely different framework and language and has grown through the years. Now Eve is on Ruby and the Cinch IRC Framework. If you need help you can join #Eve on irc.sinsira.net
https://bitbot.dev | Python3 event-driven modular IRCv3 bot 🤖
NodeJS IRC client library
The IRC Bot Building Framework
Event-based stateful IRC client framework for Go.
IRC adapter for Hubot
Event based IRC client library in Go (golang)
An easy to use Python Framework (that uses gevent) for writing IRC Bots.
Node.js IRC client library
Modern Java IRC Library
Raku module for building IRC (Internet Relay Chat) clients
Connects Discord and IRC channels by sending messages back and forth.
Connects Slack and IRC channels by sending messages back and forth.
A simple Telegram ↔ IRC gateway.
Tox to IRC bridge with support for multiple channels
Relay bot between IRC and Skype, using the Skype Web API.
whatsapp web <-> irc gateway
bridge between mattermost, IRC, gitter, xmpp, slack, discord, telegram, rocketchat, steam, twitch, ssh-chat, zulip, whatsapp, keybase, matrix, microsoft teams, nextcloud and more with REST API (mattermost not required!)
The largest network, for free and open source software communities. (rules)
Drew DeVault's Blog.
Collected IRC protocol documentation
Tests for IRC Parsers
A group of IRC software authors working to enhance, improve, maintain and standardize the IRC protocol. (source)
An attempt to write an update to the original IRC protocol. documentation (source)
Lists of numerics, modes, ISUPPORT tokens and other protocol details. (source)
Statistics around the server software in use on networks today. (source)