free, distributed and user-friendly IRC / Twitter / XMPP / Campfire / JabbR client for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X based on GNOME / GTK+

Ok, after a few days (4 continues days, to be more accurate) I have a first working smuxi frontend!

Like I said in an earlier post it's the Gtk/Gnome frontend. I can spawn the engine (smuxi-engine.dll) with the frontend, or standalone (smuxi-server.exe). Then I can spawn one or many frontends (like smuxi-gtkgnome.exe) and connect to the engine and then go IRC chatting. I can quit the frontend, the engine stays alive and continues doing all IRC work, then I can start later again a frontend and I got the same state as it was!

Now I am focusing to get the frontend user friendly, it lakes some GUI windows yet, like the IRC server manager, engine manager and preferences. Those GUIs are passed by writing directly the INI file :-P that is more for testing though, but it is possible to not use the GUI to configure or use smuxi at all ;-)

This alpha version is limited to known alpha testers, no public release. When the missing GUIs are added and I made some optimizations then smuxi is ready for a beta release, which will be public and with source! If you want to be alpha tester, please join #smuxi on and idle there, thanks!

Oh I almost forgot :-P. I uploaded 2 screenshots of smuxi with the detachble frontend feature in action, just check the screenshot section out!