GYach Enhanced is a feature-rich, improved version of the original Gyach. It is the first Yahoo! client for Linux with voice chat capabilities. It offers almost all of the features you would expect to find in the official Windows Yahoo! client. The program offers support for chat, conferences, buddy lists, and My Yahoo content. In addition, Gyach Enhanced offers many features not available in the official Yahoo! clients for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Webcam support is under development and planned for the future. Unlike the original Gyach, GYach Enhanced is designed for Linux only.
AVChat is audio and video chat software based on Flash Communication Server with an easy to use interface. It supports real time audio/video communication with bandwidth control and automatic webcam and microphone detection, enhanced text chat with a language filter and bold/italic/color options, a users list with genre/camera/admin icons, private and public rooms, an admin section with log review and ban/kick by IP, a nick filter, and support for free and premium users. A PHP file is used for configuration options. Flash Communication Server is used for the text/audio/video streams.
xchat_speak is a small Perl script designed to be used with xchat to act as a bridge between it and the Festival Speech Synthesis System. Using it allows you to listen to IRC conversations rather than just reading them. This turns out to be quite useful if you want to get on with something else while IRCing.
XChestival is an improved version of xchat_speak designed for Italian. It lets xchat and irssi "speak" through festival. It comes with a script for xchat and irssi and the Italian phonemes. The scripts have some useful features like channels and query filtering and string substitution.