Babylon Java Chat
Babylon Java Chat is a Java client/server combination which can be used to chat over the Internet or local networks.
drawboard is a Java applet used to make graphical teleconferences (like the whiteboard in Netmeeting).
a java2 compliant jabber client. It features plugins and tries to use as many of the core jabber features as possible, while still being a jabber client focusing on user friendliness and ease-to-use
Gob Online Chat
a simple and lightweight online chat application which utilises a Java applet as the interface to a small Java chat server
Jeti is a Jabber client which supports most chat features such as group chat, emoticons, and formatted messages.
JFBChat is a facebook chat client. The program uses the smack api to manage the XMPP protocol.
Jtalk is a Jabber client that provides an interface somewhat similar to the historic Unix Talk system. Incoming messages are displayed in the most recently-used terminal, and conversations are started in independent terminals in text mode.
a moderated chat system written in Java
designed to provide an open source, chat server/client pair for use on the web. It is written in java and supports many advanced chat functionality including secure connections, emoticons, administrative class users, and more
a Java-based client-server chat system.
a broadcast-based chat client for meetings that are being held in a Place Of No Infrastructure (PONI)
Texai is a knowledge-based Java software project to create artificial intelligence. The project's knowledge base is stored in the Sesame 2 RDF server. Because the initial knowledge base is large, it has been partitioned into separate Sesame repositories. These have been extracted into RDF and have released in various formats. The project's domain objects are persisted in Sesame using the RDF Entity Manager and semantic annotation.
Vayala is a multi-purpose chat client for developers. It offers a platform and an easy to use Eclipse plugin. Based on multicast technology, each client is automatically connected to one chat client network without a central server or much configuration or installation effort. You add the Eclipse view, and you are connected to your colleagues. In addition to basic chat functionality, you can also exchange files, graphics, and much more.