Pikey is a multiboxing addon. Which is to say: It doesn't control characters, or transmit commands, or anything. It just transmits status information between characters, so you can have a display that will warn you if one of your characters gets lost. The name comes from Brad Pitt's character in "Snatch", who was a spectacularly good boxer.
Note: The display for Pikey is controlled entirely by Gadgets. You must have Gadgets to have a usable display.
/pikey -t foo -> assign the tag "foo" to this character
/pikey -a <otherchar> -> add <otherchar> to the tag "foo"
/pikey -r <otherchar> -> remove them from the tag
/pikey -s <number> -> change the size of the gadget interface (8 is default)
/pikey -l -> list characters
By default, Pikey tries to show you information about any characters it knows to share your current tag. Information is broadcast only in "party" right now; this may change later. There's not much functionality here yet; this is sort of a proof of concept.
Couple bugs and crashes that only reproduce for other people fixed.
Added -r, fixed some internal bugs, improved display, Pikey now sends messages directly when unpartied.