ctrlproxy is an IRC server with multiserver support. It runs as a daemon and connects to a number of IRC servers, then allows you to connect from a workstation and work as the user that is logged in to the IRC server. After you disconnect, it maintains the connection to the server. It acts like any normal IRC server, so you can use any IRC client to connect to it. It supports multiple client connections to one IRC server (under the same nick), allowing you to connect to IRC using your IRC nick, even while you have an IRC session open somewhere else. It supports logging (in any user-specified format), password authentication, and CTCP (in case no clients are connected). IRC servers can be contacted over IPv6 and/or using SSL. Automatic identification with NickServ is supported, as well as various types of backlog.
at89prog is a command line serial and parallel port programmer for the Atmel AT89* series microcontrollers. Single bytes or complete files can be read and written. Both the code and the data memory can be accessed. Support is also available for erasing the code and data memory, resetting the device, and locking the memory.
Ctrlproxy is no longer maintained upstream.
Re: Great idea, but still not there
> Downloading the contact list is not
> possible for ICQ, but for other
> protocols it does work, and there are
> some scripts available to convert
> contact lists from other programs to
as of version 0.90, ICQ server side buddylists are