Cerberus LiveHelp provides live support on your Web site through a powerful, cross-platform interface. It allows you to watch visitors on all your Web sites in real time. You can discover where your traffic is coming from, improve frequently viewed pages and navigation paths, initiate a chat with visitors in real time, and quickly respond to customer chat requests. Customers don't need anything to chat but their standard Web browser. It includes a built-in spell checker, an embedded Cerberus Helpdesk knowledge base, powerful reporting, transcripts, invite functionality, system tray notification, and much more.
GAINT (GAim Is Not Telnet) is a plugin for Gaim. It provides mIRC's Fserve like functionality in Gaim. Currently, the following commands are implemented: cd, pwd, list (with regexp), get, and help. It also supports configurable trigger strings. Nickname-based access control has been implemented. This plugin enables Gaim users to share files behind restrictive firewalls that disallow P2P traffic.
Gnome 2 Mtel is a small tool that allows you to send SMS to friends who are customers of Mtel. It includes the ability to store and organize friends in a phonebook, to send single message to many phones, to import keywords in the message body, to split long messages automatically, and to use a separate connection for each message.
G-Serve is a file serving bot for people who wish to share files on IRC. It does not require any other IRC chat program to run and has most of the usual f-serve features such as searches using @find and send queues. It runs as a daemon and maintains logs of connections and transfers.
This project is a module for Anope IRC Services that allows operators to create AOE (Akill On Entry) channels. These channels are emptied of users, and any subsequent joins receive an Akill (or one of a number of other configurable actions). The purpose of this module is to allow operators to have control over channels being used by spambot nets.
ImageIM is a plugin for Gaim that lets buddies send screenshots to each other via HTTP. Users can simply click the ImageIM button, select a portion of the screen, and then send their buddy the image. If the buddy doesn't have ImageIM, they will receive a link pointing them to the image.
NewBG Hybrid IRCD is an ircd based on hybrid. It fixes many bugs from the original hybrid, and adds many new features. The SVS commands can be used to remotely control users' channels, nicks, or modes. Fifteen new flags and many other new commands were added. The K/G line code was completely reimplemented. A proxy scanner with a cache is built-in. Synchronization methods are included. The protocol of the standard hybrid is broken by the new flags. New conf lines are supported, such as Virtual Channels and Nick Aliasing.