Projects / Silky


Silky is a secure chat client using the SILC protocol. It's OS-independent and uses the GTK toolkit.


Recent releases

  •  21 Mar 2005 12:14

    Release Notes: This release introduces many new features including a buddy list, new key shortcuts, and channel message verification.

    •  11 Oct 2004 08:43

      Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, and also enables users to edit the server list. Other minor usability improvements also introduced.

      •  18 Apr 2004 20:45

        Release Notes: Tabs can be switched by pressing alt+1..9 and alt+left/right. All dialogs now have a common layout. Key generation now has a progress bar. The preferences system has been rewritten and simplified. The /set command has been rewritten and is working again. The config file format has been improved. A few command line options have been added. The default config file is now installed along with other data files. Many old bugs have been fixed and new ones written. The code has been cleaned up and partially rewritten. It supports and requires the SILC Toolkit 0.9.12.

        •  04 Mar 2004 22:26

          Release Notes: This release has many feature enhancements and bugfixes.

          •  07 Jan 2004 10:17

            Release Notes: This version features bugfixes, new features, and new translations. Bugfixes include for the server reconnection crash, the command history crash, and a couple of other kind of crashers. New features include nickname tab- completion. There are new Hungarian and French translations.


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