IRC-to-other-IM-networks gateway using Pidgin library
DescriptionMinbif is an IRC gateway to IM networks which provides the following features:
* Minbif uses a library which abstracts all IM calls, and has several
plugins to support more than 15 IM protocols (IRC included!);
* Two modes: inetd and daemon fork;
* Only IRC commands are used to control Minbif;
* Certificates check;
* Buddies are IRC users;
* Each account has a status channel. You see in all connected
buddies, and their status on it;
* Add and remove buddies from list with /INVITE and /KICK commands;
* Blocked users are bans on the account's status channel;
* Display when a buddy is typing a message;
* Can chat with someone who is not in your buddy list;
* You can see buddies' icons (with libcaca) or download them;
* DCC SEND an image to set your icon on IM networks;
* Display extended information about buddies with /WII command;
* Support away messages;
* Can send and receive files, which are sent or received to/from your
IRC client with DCC SEND;
* Conversation channels are supported;
* Auto\-rejoin conversation channels at connection;
* Display list of channels on an IM account with /LIST;
* irssi scripts to increase your user experience of minbif;
* CoinCoin plugin for libpurple.
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