free, distributed and user-friendly IRC client with Twitter, and XMPP/Jabber support for Linux, Windows and macOS based on GNOME / GTK+

Yes, I am doing already big steps splitting Gnosmirc into 2 parts, engine and frontend. The engine contains all Gnosmirc application logic and features, and the frontend displays the current messages/states of that engine. The base for this will be .NET Remoting, I am already testing alot how I can use it for Gnosmirc. Some tests were already a big success.

Within this testphase I am writing UML diagrams for Gnosmirc, I really don't wanna do another another rewrite because I forgot to look at the big picture, I bet every developer understands this who outgrow on their projects.

Since this core rewrite is going on, I am planing on writing myself now all layouts instead of using Glade. Glade is great but it does not give me the flexibility I need for making a flexible IRC GUI client, it limits me in object design which is a PITA. The Windows port of Gnosmirc was almost working, but glade stopped this. Reason is I used a newer glade version for development on my linux workstation than the windows version of glade (shipped with Gtk# for windows). So it failed on that, hardly, mostly all places produced crashes. Means after kicking glade, Gnosmirc will run on Windows too! Don't get me wrong though, Glade is a cool GUI tool, but it's not a solution for everything, allright stay tuned ;)