Chatterbox is also Heroku deployeable. Here are some key features of "Chatterbox":· Multiple rooms· Password protected rooms· Individual room links· User profiles· Login system· MongoDB-stored chat logs Requirements:
Modeled after IRC, the chat system supports chat rooms and much more. Here are some key features of "JsChat":· IRC-like commands - /names, /name new_name (/nick works too), /clear, /lastlog· Pretty tiny· It’s built with Sinatra and P
Bots built with Rubot can have a vast array of features. Here are some key features of "rubot":· Reloadable commands· Resources· Startup functions· YAML configs· Listeners
It is a chat system built using the PusherApp chat service.The scripts uses Pusher credentials (API key, app ID), connects to its services and sets up/retrieves chat data.It can be used by users to connect to an already existent chat conversation, or
XDCC-Fetch, written entirely in Ruby, is an intuitive, no-nonsense tool for searching, collecting and downloading XDCC announcements within IRC channels.Features: - Simple, no-nonsense user interface - Search-on-typing - Pack filter - Multiple IRC se
rhuidean is a modular IRC channel management/utility bot.
ruby-ircd is an IRC daemon written in Ruby that extends the Webrick Generic server.
Loglibrary is a Rails based web application that provides IRC logging, search, and display services.
Rubidium is a flexible, terminal-based IRC client that aims to imitate irssi's interface and mIRC/SysReset's scriptability.
It can be considered more of a bot framework with a highly modular design based around plugins and extensions.
A multithreaded, scriptable (Ruby, perl, TCL, other), extendable IRC Bot Framework, designed as a full-scale replacement for Eggdrop (including Script compatibility).
RubyBNC is a simple BNC written in the interprented language Ruby.
IRC Guerilla Framework is a Ruby framework for the Internet Relay Chat protocol.
Mogwai IRC is a Bot framework that plugs into your ruby applications. It utilizes an event driven architecture that can be easily customized. Mogwai is modeled after Java's Pircbot.
XDCC-Fetch, written entirely in Ruby, is an intuitive, no-nonsense tool for searching, collecting and downloading XDCC announcements within IRC channels. XDCC-Fetch is released under the BSD license and available for free.
IRCSocket allows you to connect to IRC servers. It handles all the small details for you. It makes creating IRC clients or event-based IRC bots easy.
Ruby-IRC is a framework for connecting and comunicating with IRC servers.
Butler is a clean IRC-bot implemented in Ruby, supporting plugins, localization, logfiles and sporting a Telnet-Server for direct connections.
rOSCAR is a pure-Ruby implementation of the AOL OSCAR IM protocol. It is targeted to be a full implementation of known OSCAR features, the library should allow for full Ruby interaction with the AIM community.
Net::IM is an IM-independent API to various IM networks (MSN/Jabber/ICQ/AIM/Yahoo/etc).