Designed for the Bahamut, Hybrid, and ircu IRCds, bopm is a replacement for first generation proxy monitors (wgmon, tcm). It extends them by adding support for SOCKS4, SOCKS5, WinGate, HTTP proxies, insecure Cisco routers, HTTP POST proxies, simultaneous connections, and a more scalable model (written in C). BOPM also has support for a DNS blacklist, similar to MAPS RBL+ or Visi RSL.
Ayttm is an instant messenger program, supporting various protocols such as MSN, Yahoo, AIM, Jabber, and more. It is a fork of Everybuddy, and initially aims to address its problems. It should not segfault when you use it, and should be almost instantly usable by your mother. Almost useless prefs should be hidden, reserved for "advanced" users, and things have to work without wondering what this or that will produce.
Hybserv2 is a new and improved version of the now unsupported Hybserv, sporting new features, bugfixes, and more. It is specifically designed for Hybrid IRC servers, but may work with others as well. It includes OperServ, NickServ, ChanServ, MemoServ, StatServ, HelpServ, and Global. Each of the services can be enabled and disabled as necessary.
Blue Smiley Organizer is a Web-based script to manage your bookmarks, diary, reminders, to-do lists, contacts, knowledge, and file upload in a multi-user environment. It also includes its own live support help system, blogs, RSS feeds, customizable themes, and a discussion forum.
Kopete is a flexible and extendable multiple protocol instant messaging system designed as a plugin-based system. All protocols are plugins and allow modular installation, configuration, and usage without the main application knowing anything about the plugin being loaded. The goal of Kopete is to provide users with a standard and easy to use interface between all of their instant messaging systems, but at the same time also providing developers with the ease of writing plugins to support a new protocol. The core Kopete development team provides a handful of plugins that most users can use, in addition to templates for new developers to base a plugin on.
IMIRC is an AOL Instant Messenger to IRC gateway. It connects to an IRC network as an IRC server, so it requires a local ircd to run. IMIRC creates nicknames for AIM users as they sign on, and converts HTML codes, which are used by AIM for formatting, to IRC's control code equivalents. Please note that you must either have your own working IRC server or you must find someone willing to let you link to theirs.