Communi is an IRC client for desktop environments based on Qt and the Communi IRC framework. IRC (Internet Relay Chat protocol) is a simple text-based communication protocol.
Communi uses ICU for automatic message encoding detection.
Development has slowed to a somewhat glacial pace. The software is released under an open source license.
- Split side-by-side.
- Full screen mode.
- Filter the backlog with keywords.
- Themes – Cute, Dark, Material, and Tomorrow.
- Flood protection.
- Keyboard shortcuts.
- Zoom in and out.
- Logging functionality with a configurable location for the log files.
Currently, Communi stores all settings (including passwords) without any security.
Developer: J-P Nurmi, Sjors Gielen, SmokeX , V Jousse, Arto Karppinen, Robby, Henrik Hartz, Jens Bache-Wiig, Mark Johnson, Robin Burchell, Stephan Beyerle, Yuri Stürmer, Luca Venuti
License: BSD 3-Clause “New” or “Revised” License
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