UPDATE : 7/02 - New version (2.4), support for picture display in your bot.
Other recently added features:
A demo of this bot is on MSN at email@example.com, but up and down at any time.
This is the home for the SDBA Revolution Instant Messaging Application Server. It is an open-source server written in Perl to provide an architecture to simplify and streamline the process of writing applications that run on an Instant Messaging network. It can:
Even the most clueless convert will write useful apps quickly. Just check out the tutorial after you download the code.
Why Instant Messaging Applications? For starters, some studies claim over 90% of internet users under 25 use IM on a daily basis, and in many cases prefer it over other communication channels. If you own a mobile phone, chances are you have an IM client with you wherever you are in the form of SMS messaging. The major IM networks (MSN, AIM, ICQ, YIM, more on the way) have SMS gateways that allow you to IM those networks from any portable device. So connect the dots... you have a client with you everywhere, and with the SDBA Revolution Instant Messaging Application Server you have an easy architecture to create sophisticated applications that can allow users to query remote databases, control servers, play games, etc, etc, etc.
The SDBA Revolution Instant Messaging Application Server is released under the Apache license, please see http://www.apache.org/LICENSE.txt