Darkbot is a very fast and small IRC bot written in C. Originally created as an aid for help channels to answer repeated questions from its virtually unlimited database, it has became a very popular talking robot in a generic sense, being used all over IRC networks for different purposes and in 18 languages. Data can be added to it and managed dynamically online or edited in its database files offline. An extensive but easy-to-understand list of commands and features, including some channel operation functions and levels of protection, makes Darkbot a very flexible but somehow powerful and complex robot, with almost human conversations and reactions.
Konversation is a simple and easy-to-use IRC client built on the KDE platform with support for SSL connections, strikeout, multi-channel joins, away/unaway messages, ignore list functionality, full Unicode support, the ability to auto-connect to a server, optional timestamps in chat windows, configurable background colors, and much more.
Ebotula is an IRC bot for administration tasks in one or more channels. It has four access levels. The top level is the bot master, where a user has complete access to all functions. The channel owner is the administrator in one channel. The other levels are friends and other users. The bot is a multithread application and can execute more commands simultaneously. The data are contained in gdbm hash files.