Peace & Protection, aIRC and IRCn, just a few of all around scripts that build up a large userbase and respect in the IRC community over the years, but have stopped development a few years back. From one of them however, I got an email a few days back.
“Just as an FYI, we are not quite ready to officially declare ircN a dead project. Granted we know the past couple years have been disappointing, but only because we’ve continuously leaned on a single individual to carry on the bulk of the project”, slakker told to IRC-Junkie in a reaction. Slakker and the current developers have been on the IRCn team for years and are planning to get back into action now.
Among the developments are the website that has been re-designed and the release of beta versions. “A lot of work still needs to be done, but we’re hopeful that we’ll be able to accomplish something that will live up to the name ircN has made for itself.”