miau is a successor of muh.
(I know it's wicked, but I'll force you to click the "Read more" link for more information. Sorry. :P )
miau is small but quite featured IRC-bouncer - a service a bit like HTTP-proxy, but for IRC-networks.
The biggest difference of miau and HTTP-proxy (forgetting
the fact they talk all different protocols) is that when
IRC-client disconnects from bouncer, the connection to the
server isn't necessarily lost. This way your nick can stay
online and cannot be taken by the others. In case bouncer
loses the nick because of netsplit or other disruption, it
can try to get it back automatically.
Some people may also like the fact that when using bouncer,
your hostname appearing in IRC is the one of the machine
the bouncer is running at, not the one you are IRCing
Get the MorphOS native build from here.
Maybe it's useful for some of you. It's not for me, sadly. :-)