Ncohafmuta is a text-based chat server that is designed for access from a telnet client. Its purpose is to allow users to communicate in a configurable environment in realtime. It allows users to create accounts with their own settings and optional personal information. Rooms are the basis for communication, whether private or public. Other features include internal email, email forwarding, a configure script for multiple Unices, support for cygwin under Win32, macros, games, a ranking system with access to more commands, ANSI coloring, banning, async DNS, soft/hot-rebooting, detailed, organized logging, and an internal Web server port.
NeoStats provides unique services to IRC via loadable modules. It does not provide the traditional NickServ/ChanServ services, but instead provides services like "HostServ", which can automatically set a user's virtual host upon logging onto a IRC network, or "StatServ", which can provide detailed statistics about the network, individual servers, or channels, and produce an HTML page. It also includes a number of "Fun" services and services to assist IRC operators. Its API allows developers to extend it via C or Perl.
NetHirc is a bad pun and a Net::IRC client. It is terminal-based, and it comes with many silly Nethack-inspired messages. NetHirc is very modular and extensible; if you know Perl, you can customize NetHirc, and reload your changes while it's running. If you don't know Perl, you can still customize all the messages and mold the client to look like you want it. If you've become frustrated with other IRC clients that have nasty scripting languages and take themselves too seriously, then NetHirc could be your ticket to enjoying IRC again.
NetPlug is an extensible multi-connections, multi-protocol, network client program, written in pure Tcl/Tk. Includes a complete Irc client plug in that you should love if you like IrcII 'classic' look & feel (plus customizable style/colors scheme, sound,... Now includes full DCC support (with GUI), ircII like aliases and improved scripting (Tcl!), keywords (your nick...) highlighting, and more
Onis is a script that converts IRC logfiles into an HTML statistics page. It provides information about daily channel usage, user activity, and channel trivia. It provides a configurable customization and supports Dancer, dircproxy, eggdrop, irssi, mIRC, and XChat logs. Persistent data (history files) and automatic log purging make onis applicable for a large number of logfiles. It also features a powerful translation infrastructure.