By zekeMegaHAL is a "conversation simulator": a computer program which responds in natural language to what you type, written by Jason Hutchens, who is now working with Artificial Intelligence on an exciting project to create "true" AI.
It is able to "learn" what to say by observing the things which you write to it, and is therefore not limited to the English language.
By zekepisg is an IRC channel statics generator written in Perl, it creates statistics from different logfile formats. It was originally written because IRCStats wasn't open source. So here's an open source/GPL'ed version to anyone interested. It's a funny thing for your IRC channel, and it's highly customizeable.
You can see some example pages in the examples section.
By Florianstats.mod equips your eggdrop with the ability to create various statistics about your channels.
One of the special features of this module is the integrated webserver. It alllows your eggdrop to server the statistics without any delay. They are always absolutely up-to-date.
Additionally, you can access the statistics over IRC using channel commands (!stats, !top, etc) or via private messages to the bot without annoying the rest of the channel.
Just like gseen.mod, stats.mod can easily be extended to use several languages on the webinterface as well as on IRC.
By Floriangseen works similar to countless seen scripts. It logs for each user when he or she was last seen in the channel and makes this information publically available. It takes switching nick names into consideration and supports wildcards in search-requests.
The advantage of gseen in contrast to most other seen scripts is it's speed. gseen can handle databases of several thousand nicks without a lag in seen requests. It also supports several languages.
By BasherThis module converts the log files of your eggdrop to the html format. It also creates a page-calendar with links to that created files.