Yalst ("yet another live support tool") is a powerful chatting tool that integrates easily with any Web site. The highlights are visitor and operator initiated chats, audio and video chats, visitor monitoring and tracking with alarm functionality, form monitoring, file transfers in both directions during chats, plugin-free co-browsing, marketing tools (push banners, URLs, messages, and customized surveys), ad-tracking of campaigns, conversion tracking, departments, a FAQ database, a customized contact form (if chat is offline), chat between operators, and an application programming interface for deep Web site integration.
msgsd is a server-based replacement for the old Dynix "msgs" MOTD system tool. This reimplementation is designed as a single-thread discussion forum, similiar to a light-weight news group. As a server, remote users can participate in discussions as well. SSL connections are recommended.
The Tcl IRCd is a small IRC server written in Tcl. It is very simple to modify. It is not a full implementation of the IRC protocol, but it's enough to create channels, talk in public or private, change topic, nick, and other basic operations. No configuration is required. The server is designed so that it can reload an updated version of itself at runtime without closing client connections.
Gnome 2 Mtel is a small tool that allows you to send SMS to friends who are customers of Mtel. It includes the ability to store and organize friends in a phonebook, to send single message to many phones, to import keywords in the message body, to split long messages automatically, and to use a separate connection for each message.
TChat is a chat applet that makes it possible for your site's users and visitors to communicate through the Web. The applet is completely customizable and can be confiured with your company logo and sponsors’ banners. The server supports unlimited connections, a multithreaded architecture, an access log system, a lightweight communication protocol, platform independence, and an administration console. The client features public chat with multi-font support, multicolor text and backgrounds, private chat with audio effects, support for running embedded in an HTML page or in a detached window, a shared blackboard function, and more.
NewBG Hybrid IRCD is an ircd based on hybrid. It fixes many bugs from the original hybrid, and adds many new features. The SVS commands can be used to remotely control users' channels, nicks, or modes. Fifteen new flags and many other new commands were added. The K/G line code was completely reimplemented. A proxy scanner with a cache is built-in. Synchronization methods are included. The protocol of the standard hybrid is broken by the new flags. New conf lines are supported, such as Virtual Channels and Nick Aliasing.