IRC bouncer software category. An IRC proxy or bouncer is a program that connects to any number of IRC servers. You can then use an IRC client to connect to the proxy and use those servers. When you disconnect your client, the proxy stays connected to the IRC server.
Presents a simple, open source IRC proxy written in java along with its documentation.
UNIX IRC bouncer with helpful features such as logging and flood protection.
Multi-user IRC proxy written in C. Runs on Unix and Windows platforms.
An open source, multi-user, permanent IRC-Bouncer for Unix platforms. Some of its features include symmetric ciphering of talk and connections using Blowfish and IDEA algorithms.
Multi-platform, modular IRC proxy written in C++ and licensed under the GNU GPL. It can be extended with TCL scripts. Website includes screenshots a wiki and a support forum.
Portable, open source IRC bouncer written in C++. It can be extended using modules written either in C++ or in Perl and Tcl. Includes detailed documentation and screenshots.