RSS 15 projects tagged "Linux"

Download Website Updated 21 Mar 2014 Kawaii Emoji Messenger

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Pop 184.65
Vit 3.91

Kawaii Emoji Messenger is a multiplatform Facebook client based on the idea of bringing emoji to the desktop. It lets you use a full set of emoji in your Facebook conversations, statuses, and comments in the easiest way.

Download Website Updated 29 Mar 2014 Profanity

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Pop 128.17
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Profanity is a minimalist console-based XMPP client inspired by Irssi. It features desktop notifications, typing notifications, chat logging, a customizable UI, and support for sending tinyurls.

No download Website Updated 13 Jun 2012 err

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Pop 24.62
Vit 25.99

err is a plugin-based XMPP chatbot designed to be easily deployable, extensible, and maintainable. It is written in Python, and is based on jabberbot and yapsy with some minor modifications to the first one. It has been tested with HipChat and Openfire, but should be compatible with any XMPP/Jabber servers. It can be set up so that a restricted list of persons have administration rights. Dynamic plugin architecture: the bot admin can install/uninstall/enable/disable plugins dynamically just by chatting with the bot. Supports MUCs (chatrooms). Can proxy and route one to one messages to MUC so it can enable simpler XMPP notifiers to be MUC compatible (such as the Jira XMPP notifier). It is easily extensible. It provides an an automatic persistence store per plugin, and a !help command that dynamically generates the documentation from the Python docstrings of the commands. Create a user for the bot on your private XMPP server or a public server like jabber.org. Optionally, you can create a MUC (also called a conference room or chatroom) in which you can interact with the bot.

Download Website Updated 25 Jun 2013 Pidgin-PBar

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Pop 44.44
Vit 1.93

This Pidgin plugin adds a toolbar to the buddy list to quickly update nickname, personal message, icon, status, and mood. It also allows updating the current song and other parameters, which are updated globally on all accounts that support them.

No download No website Updated 14 Jul 2009 WeIRCd

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Pop 27.71
Vit 41.72

WeIRCd is a robust, simple, and easy-to-use IRC daemon. Its built-in services make setting up Chanserv, Nickserv, and others very easy. The server supports runtime loaded modules and other modern features.

Download No website Updated 12 Nov 2009 xtalk

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Pop 34.96
Vit 1.78

xtalk is a multi-user IM/chat room system. It can be used to chat with other people within a colourful yet minimalistic command-oriented client.

Download Website Updated 21 Mar 2010 JTelIRC2

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Pop 34.71
Vit 2.52

JTelIRC is an advanced IRC framework for Java. It is mainly intended for writing automated clients ("bots"), but may be used for normal clients as well. It provides an intuitive and well documented Java interface to IRC and makes it extremely easy to write advanced clients quickly.

No download Website Updated 01 Jul 2008 Nefarious

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Vit 1.00

Based on ircu, Nefarious has features from various IRCds (Asuka, Bahamut, UnrealIRCd, and UltimateIRCd) with the intent of adding needed features to ircu without becoming too bloated or subject to anti-user behaviors. Most features can be activated or deactivated in the config file. Nefarious includes optional support for RBL-based blocking or marking, fakehosts, accounts, login-on-connect, half-ops, ban exceptions, mIRC color filtering chan-mode, network-wide bans (g-lines), and much more.

Download Website Updated 12 Aug 2011 VoiceChatter

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Pop 88.32
Vit 6.06

VoiceChatter is a cross-platform voice chatting application. It is built for gaming, so it is lightweight, yet it delivers excellent voice quality over minimal bandwidth and latency.

Download Website Updated 05 Oct 2008 Pidgin-Paranoia

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Pop 19.90
Vit 1.07

Pidgin-paranoia is a plugin for Pidgin (formerly known as Gaim) that provides information-theoretically secure encrypted conversations using one-time pads. Because the plugin uses a one-time pad where the secret key has the same length as the message and the key is only used once, the encryption is information-theoretically secure. This means that from the encrypted messages the contents of the messages are not revealed. In short: If you use truly random numbers to generate the key files, and if you keep them perfectly secret, one-time pads can not be broken.

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OpenNetHome

Home automation software.

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Ultra

A Web server with an in-built data store.