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irssi - The client of the future

  •    C

Irssi is a modular chat client that is most commonly known for its text mode user interface, but 80% of the code isn't text mode specific. Irssi comes with IRC support built in, and there are third party ICB, SILC, XMPP (Jabber), PSYC and Quassel protocol modules available. Check the GitHub issues if it is already listed in there; if not, open an issue on GitHub or send a mail to staff@irssi.org.

The Lounge - Modern, responsive, cross-platform, self-hosted web IRC client

  •    Javascript

The Lounge is a self-hosted web IRC client. It supports Push notifications, link previews, file uploads, Stay always connected to IRC servers while you are offline. Forget about bouncers. Resume where you left off on any device. The client works smoothly on every desktop, smartphone and tablet.

KiwiIRC - Web based IRC client

  •    Javascript

Kiwi IRC is a fully featured IRC client that can be extended to suit almost any needs. Using the web application is extremely simple even without any IRC knowledge as all the common needs are built directly into the UI.

dispatch - Web-based IRC client in Go.

  •    Go

This requires a Go environment, version 1.10 or greater. This requires Node.js and yarn.

quassel - Quassel IRC: Chat comfortably. Everywhere.

  •    C++

Quassel IRC is a modern, cross-platform, distributed IRC client, meaning that one (or multiple) client(s) can attach to and detach from a central core -- much like the popular combination of screen and a text-based IRC client such as WeeChat, but graphical. You can find the current release notes on the Quassel IRC homepage, as well as in this repository's ChangeLog.

Irssi - IRC client for UNIX systems

  •    Perl

Irssi is a terminal based IRC client for UNIX systems. It also supports SILC and ICB protocols via plugins. It supports Autologging, Formats and themes, Configurable keybindings, Paste detection and lot more.

Shout - The self-hosted web IRC client

  •    Javascript

Shout is a web IRC client that you host on your own server.

Kiwi IRC - Next generation of the Kiwi IRC web client

  •    Vue

Kiwi IRC is a versatile web based messenger using IRC. It works out of the box with a default IRC network - or use your own. It supports Single or multiple IRC network connections, Desktop notifications, Themable and rich plugin support such as file uploading and video calling and lot more.



InstantIRC is an IRC Client that is designed for static IRC usage so the common person who doesn't have a firm grasp of IRC clients and how to use them can immediately jump into the action. InstantIRC is written in C# .NET 3.5

qwebirc - Fast, easy to use, free and open source web IRC client

  •    Python

qwebirc is a fast, easy to use, free and open source IRC client designed by and originally just for the QuakeNet IRC network. It supports most ircds out of the box, SSL/TLS support for the browser and server, Multiple channels and queries, Scalability via trivial sharding with sticky sessions and lot more.

irc-client - Gtk irc client

  •    C

This project is still a work in progress; It doesn't even have a name yet. Nothing is guaranteed to be complete or correct.The goals of the project are to be a simple and easy to use client that also supports modern irc features and is extensible, somewhat similar to that of [he]xchat with a more modern interface and codebase.

anyfesto - Low cost Raspberry Pi / CHIP/PocketCHIP based audio, education and communications local content server

  •    Javascript

Any manifestation of a meeting - in the schools or in the streets - is going to need clear communication. Anyfesto is the toolbox to make that happen. By using low cost hardware and proven Open Source Software the ability to build a robust communication device is now affordable and accessible both for individuals and for community wide needs.

MamIRC - Use at your own risk.

  •    Java

MamIRC is an IRC client designed for users who demand portable web access, high connection uptime, and accurate logging. The software comes in three parts - two backend Java programs and one frontend web page. The backend is intended to run on an always-on server computer, and the frontend can be accessed from any desktop or mobile web browser.

irslackd - A self-hosted IRC gateway to Slack

  •    Javascript

Slack ended IRC support on May 15, 2018. So, we built our own Slack-IRC gateway. irslackd is actively developed and used daily on a 1000+ user Slack workspace.

xchataqua - An IRC client, OS X native front-end for XChat ( http://itunes

  •    Perl

XChat Azure is a new brand of X-Chat Aqua, especially for Apple Appstore. See below for details. After Azure 1.11, it is using App sandboxing by Mac Appstore policy.

WinIRC - C# IRC Client for Windows 10, written as a UWP application.

  •    CSharp

WinIRC is a C# IRC Client for Windows 10. It's written as a UWP application, so don't expect this to be ported to Windows 8.1 or below. For autoupdating, the easiest way to get it is from the Microsoft Store.

girc - 💬 A simple chat client in Python/Twisted

  •    Python

A minimal chat client in Python/Twisted. Supported commands are join /j #channel and part /p. After configuration, you can run the client as a normal GUI application.

ansible-lounge - Ansible role to install The Lounge, a self-hosted web IRC client

  •    Shell

Ansible role to install The Lounge, a self-hosted web IRC client. Note that this playbook will also install esprima and jsonlint npm packages to check syntax of configuration files.