IRC II support scripts for ircu networks, are scripts that add a basic functionality to your ircII client in order to support the extentions of the ircu IRC server daemon. Networks that use these extentions are AfterNET, FunNet, GamesNET, hitnetchat, Loxxin, Scoutlink, The_ChatNet_Project, Undernet, and others.
Potbot is a simple IRC bot, designed to allow someone with only little Perl knowledge to add modules and produce a custom bot to serve their needs to the greatest extent possible. Although the bot is written to allow easy additions of modules, it's already fully working in its current state and can be used as such without any modification.
DummyIdentd Server Daemon is a Perl program that accepts identd requests (port 113), and responds with a valid response, but giving out no useful information. It is written in Perl, and is suitable for running on company gateways/firewalls to enable your users to access services such as IRC, which require identd.
Benzo is a pseudo-AI bot written in Python. In addition to providing humourous chatter, it performs basic IRC channel maintenance functions. It is written in a modular fashion, so adding commands and functionality is trivially easy. Benzo's 'brain' is a Markov Chain, which uses probabilites gathered in the input text to produce pseudo-random output.
Tuxaator is a simple IRC bot that can be used to keep a database of various keywords and/or definitions related to an IRC channel. Contents of the database can be added to, modified, or searched by giving it commands on the channel or in private. Its small, fast, and its interface can easily be translated into other languages.