p2p IRC-inspired self-hosted web chat. Seems to be encrypted, or at least signed for identification (ECC keypairs). Uses WebRTC and Webtorrent. STUN and TURN enabled.
A modern web-based IRC client and bouncer - always connected for you. File transfers made easy, push notifications. Responsive web design. Can be set up as a public client, or a private service for a few friends. There's even a pre-built Debian/Ubuntu .deb package to make installation easier.
An Ajax-powered web IRC client. Has some PHP and some server-side Java. Ugh. Also requires Postgres and Redis.
Web-based IRC client in Go. Seems to have a back-end server component (written in Golang) and a front-end client component (HTML/JS webshit).
A universal bridge for communications protocols. Presents a unified REST API so you don't have to worry about writing your own protocol adapters.
Protocols: IRC, XMPP, Gitter, Mattermost, Slack, Discord, Telegram, Rocket.Chat, Hipchat (via XMPP), Matrix, Steam, ssh-chat and Zulip
Appears that it's "one instance of this bridge to one service at a time."
An add-on for the IRSSI IRC client which implements OTR (Off the Record) messaging. Anyone attempting to intercept and decrypt traffic will find that it's been encrypted with a key that is used once and only once; the keys are destroyed after the chat terminates.
/otr genkey email@example.com
deniability crypto privacy encryption security irssi irc
Err is an extensible XMPP bot framework written in Python. Can connect to XMPP servers just like a client and communicate through them. Implements basic IRC client functionality, can connect to MUCs (Multi-User Chats) on XMPP servers, and supports plugins to extend the functionality of individual bots.
Riot is an IM and chat application running on top of the Matrix protocol that features interoperability with several other systems, including IRC, Gitter, and Slack. It features a full implementation of end-to-end encryption. Has support for service integrations.
IRC client implemented as a webapp. Fully featured. Written in nodejs. Translated into 25 languages. Has to be configured on the back end for the IRC server to use.
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