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Rocket.Chat – The Ultimate Open Source WebChat Platform

Posted · Category: Chat, MIT License

Rocket.Chat is a Web Chat Server, developed in JavaScript, using the Meteor fullstack framework. It is a great solution for communities and companies wanting to privately host their own chat service or for developers looking forward to build and evolve their own chat platforms. You can access from anywhere: web browser, desktop and mobile applications. You can set up your system exactly how you want it. Rebrand as needed. The code is 100% Open Source under the MIT license.

rocket-chat

Requirements: –
Demo: https://rocket.chat/
License: MIT License

Zulip – A Powerful Open Source Group Chat

Posted · Category: Chat, License Free

Zulip is a powerful open source group chat. Every conversation in Zulip has a topic, so it’s easy to keep conversations straight. Zulip makes it easy to review the conversations you missed, so you can focus on that important project without having to catch up on how Jim’s guitar lessons are going. Zulip’s Gmail-style search will delight you with how quickly you can find exactly what you’re looking for. Zulip has many integrations and a powerful API to match. But here’s where it gets interesting: thanks to how Zulip categorizes messages, automated messages never overwhelm you. As with any topic in Zulip, they’re easy to focus on, skim, defer to later, or ignore—as appropriate.

zulip

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Demo: https://www.zulip.org/
License: License Free

Build Digital Assistant Similar to Apple’s Siri with Abot

Posted · Category: Chat, MIT License

Abot (pronounced Eh-Bot, like the Canadians) is a digital assistant framework that enables anyone to easily build a digital assistant similar to Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, Google Now, or Amazon Alexa. Further, Abot supports a human-aided training backend enabling anyone to build services like Facebook M.

Unlike those proprietary systems, Abot is open-sourced and extensible. By providing an extensible platform onto which anyone can easily add functionality, Abot is the first A.I. framework that aims to be available everywhere and— ultimately—to do everything.

abot

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Demo: https://www.itsabot.org/
License: MIT License

Vuvuzela – Private Messaging System that Hides Metadata

Posted · Category: Chat, License Free

Vuvuzela is a messaging system that protects the privacy of message contents and message metadata. Users communicating through Vuvuzela do not reveal who they are talking to, even in the presence of powerful nation-state adversaries.

Vuvuzela is the first system that provides strong metadata privacy while scaling to millions of users. Previous systems that hide metadata using Tor (such as Pond) are prone to traffic analysis attacks. Systems that encrypt metadata using techniques like DC-nets and PIR don’t scale beyond thousands of users.

Vuvuzela uses efficient cryptography (NaCl) to hide as much metadata as possible and adds noise to metadata that can’t be encrypted efficiently. This approach provides less privacy than encrypting all of the metadata, but it enables Vuvuzela to support millions of users. Nonetheless, Vuvuzela adds enough noise to thwart adversaries like the NSA and guarantees differential privacy for users’ metadata.

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Demo: https://github.com/davidlazar/vuvuzela
License: License Free

Mattermost – Open Source Slack Alternative

Posted · Category: Chat, MIT License

Mattermost is an open source, self-hosted Slack-alternative that offers modern communication from behind your firewall. We built it so users have a practical option for avoiding lock-in from proprietary SaaS services. Mattermost is designed to be Slack-compatible (but not Slack-limited). That means we help users move over from Slack, but without limiting Mattermost to another product’s feature set.

Mattermost infrastructure is built for IT admins who want to quickly stand up a self-hosted alternative to Slack that’s easy to install, deploy, manage and scale. Mattermost includes a web-based System Console for managing instance level configuration. To simplify licensing, they have responded to community feedback and the compiled version of Mattermost v1.0 is now under the MIT open source license (instead of Apache-AGPL).

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Demo: http://www.mattermost.org/
License: MIT License

Flarum – Open Source Forum Software Focus on Simplicity

Posted · Category: Chat, MIT License

Flarum is free, open-source forum software with a focus on simplicity. You can use Flarum to easily set up a discussion forum for your website. It’s forum software reimagined. Flarum looks and feels great out of the box. The user interface is streamlined so you can spend less time clicking and more time talking. You can keep on scrolling, without having to wait for the next page of posts to load. Flarum lets you scrub anywhere in a discussion quickly and easily. It remembers your position if you come back after navigating away.

There is a Floating Composer, you can read while you write. Flarum’s reply form slides up from the bottom of the page, so you can scroll up to read posts – and even visit other discussions – while you draft your reply. Flarum is fully responsive by default, and not just as an afterthought. The interface has been optimized for touch, with big buttons, smooth animations, and gestures aplenty.

flarum

Requirements: –
Demo: http://flarum.org/
License: MIT License

Spot.IM – Implement Social Capabilities on your Website

Posted · Category: Chat, License Free

Spot.IM is the creator of the first “everywhere” social network, empowering website owners and publishers to turn their websites into a social network driven by their own content. Spot.IM’s technology enables publishers to take back ownership of the conversation going on around their content, freeing them from having to rely on larger, external social networks to provide the social space for community content engagement.

Typing users and submitted comments are seen in real-time. Hot content and trending conversations are presented in a cross-site Newsfeed. Readers are instantly notified about new comments and hot conversations. Site visitors can talk privately and share common passions and interests.

spot-im

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Demo: https://www.spot.im/
License: License Free

Discourse – Open Source Civilized Discussion Board

Posted · Category: Chat, GPL License

Discourse is the 100% open source discussion platform built for the next decade of the Internet. It works as: a mailing list, a discussion forum and a long-form chat room. Why break conversations into awkward and arbitrary pages, where you have to constantly find the Next Page button? They’ve replaced all that with the power of just-in-time loading. Want to read more? Keep scrolling down.

When someone quotes your post, they’ll notify you. When someone mentions your @name, they’ll notify you. When someone replies to your post… well, you get the idea. And if you’re not around, they’ll email you, too. Reply from anywhere. Discourse is a simple, flat forum, where replies flow down the page in a line. Expand context at the bottom and top of each post to discover the full conversation – without breaking your flow. You can even expand quotes.

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Demo: http://www.discourse.org/
License: GPL License

Rocket Chat – Your Own Open Source Chat Solution

Posted · Category: Chat, MIT License

Rocket.Chat is a Web Chat Server, developed in JavaScript, using the Meteor fullstack framework. It is a great solution for communities and companies wanting to privately host their own chat service or for developers looking forward to build and evolve their own chat platforms. You can own an open source Slack-like chat. Note that Rocket.Chat is distributed under the MIT License.

rocket-chat

Requirements: Meteor Framework
Demo: http://rocket.chat/
License: MIT License

Let’s Chat – Like #Slack but Open Source

Posted · Category: Chat, MIT License

Let’s Chat is like #Slack, but opensource and self-hosted. It is a persistent messaging application that runs on Node.js and MongoDB. It’s designed to be easily deployable and fits well with small, intimate teams. It’s free (MIT licensed) and ships with killer features such as LDAP/Kerberos authentication, a REST-like API and XMPP support.

webchat

Requirements: –
Demo: https://sdelements.github.io/lets-chat/
License: MIT License

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