Internet Relay Chat
Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is an application layer protocol that facilitates transfer of messages in the form of text. The chat process works on a client/server model of networking. IRC clients are com...
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IRC daemon
An IRCd, short for Internet Relay Chat daemon, is server software that implements the IRC protocol, enabling people to talk to each other via the Internet (exchanging textual messages in real time). I...
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List of Internet Relay Chat commands
This is a list of all Internet Relay Chat commands from RFC 1459, RFC 2812, and extensions added to major IRC daemons. Most IRC clients require commands to be preceded by a slash ("/"). Angle brackets...
Comparison of Internet Relay Chat clients
The following tables compare general and technical information between a number of IRC client programs which have been discussed in independent published literature.
Basic general information abou...
Comparison of Internet Relay Chat clients - Wikipedia
IRC bot
An IRC bot is a set of scripts or an independent program that connects to Internet Relay Chat as a client, and so appears to other IRC users as another user. An IRC bot differs from a regular client i...
BNC (software)
A BNC (short for bouncer) is a piece of software that is used to relay traffic and connections in computer networks, much like a proxy. Using a BNC allows a user to hide the original source of the use...
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Internet Relay Chat services
Internet Relay Chat services (usually called IRC services) is a name for a set of features implemented on many modern Internet Relay Chat networks. Services are automated bots with special status whic...
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IRC poker
IRC poker was a form of poker played over the IRC chat protocol before the surge in popularity of online poker in the early 2000s. A computer program was used to deal and manage the games. Commands ...
Infobot
Infobot is a Perl IRC bot, first written in 1995 by Kevin Lenzo. The bot's main goal was to remember URLs and associate them with a descriptive name, so whenever someone needed a specific URL they cou...
KVIrc
KVIrc is a graphical IRC client for Linux, Unix, Mac OS and Windows. The name is an acronym of K Visual IRC in which the K stands for a dependency to KDE, which became optional from version 2.0.0. The...
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OperServ
Internet Relay Chat services (usually called IRC services) is a name for a set of features implemented on many modern Internet Relay Chat networks. Services are automated bots with special status whic...
Ircd-seven
Freenode, formerly known as Open Projects Network, is an IRC network used to discuss peer-directed projects. Their servers are all accessible from the domain name chat.freenode.net and irc.freenode.ne...
Internet Relay Chat subculture
IRC subculture refers to the particular set of social features common to interaction on the various Internet Relay Chat (IRC) systems across the world, and the culture associated with them.
Intern...
Pidgin (software)
Pidgin (formerly named Gaim) is an open-source multi-platform instant messaging client, based on a library named libpurple. Libpurple has support for many commonly used instant messaging protocols, al...
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IrcII
ircII (pronounced i-r-c-two, and sometimes referred to as IRC client, second edition) is a free, open-source Unix IRC and ICB client written in C. Initially released in the late 1980s, it is the oldes...
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Acrophobia (game)
Acrophobia is an online multiplayer word game. The game was originally conceived by Anthony Shubert, now Andrea Shubert, and programmed by Kenrick Mock and Michelle Hoyle in 1995. Originally available...
Acrophobia (game) - Wikipedia
JIRC
Written entirely in Java, jIRC is a web-based Java applet that allows users to connect to any IRC server through a web browser.
PJIRC
Plouf's Java IRC (PJIRC) is a web-based open source IRC client that is written in Java. Any web browser that supports the Java Runtime Environment, or an alternative Java interpreter, can use the appl...