AutoProfile is an extension to Gaim that allows users to create customized away messages and profiles using dynamic "components" that automatically update on a regular basis. Generated text can include song names from XMMS, Winamp, iTunes, or Windows Media Player, snippets of Xanga and LiveJournal posts or other RSS feeds, statistics regarding saved conversation logs, a countdown/countup timer, fortune quotes, computer uptime, the contents of a Web page or a text file, the output of a program, and timestamps. A large number of options allows users to fully customize the program as they see fit.
OpenGaim is an instant messaging or "text chat" client capable of communicating over many protocols, including Jabber, AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), ICQ, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, Internet Relay Chat (IRC), and more. It is a loose relative of the Gaim project and contains much of the source code in Gaim itself. However, OpenGaim aims to provide quicker releases to fix major problems, and advanced customization options and features not available in Gaim.
kicq is an ICQ client specifically designed for the KDE desktop. It has a simple, clean interface very similar to the original Windows ICQ client, and includes all of the most commonly used ICQ features such as messaging, real-time chat, and file transfer. It features complete message history, a New ICQ User registration window, multiple ICQ accounts, SOCKS5 proxy inline support, configurable sound events, Cyrillic koi8-r/cp1251 recoding, and support for the ICQ UDP v5 and ICQ TCP v2 protocols.
Gaim for Qtopia is an official port of the Gaim instant messenger. It is a multi-protocol instant messaging client for the Qtopia and OPIE embedded environments, compatible with the AIM (using the Oscar protocols), ICQ, MSN Messenger, Yahoo!, IRC, Jabber, Gadu-Gadu, Napster, and Trepia networks.