QuickSummary is a plugin for Mozilla Thunderbird which parses text and highlights the lines the user selects as being the most important. For example, if the user defines three important sentences, the first appears highlighted in green, the second in yellow, and the third in red.
mod_sass is an Apache HTTPD module that automatically compiles SASS files into CSS. When a client's browser requests a SASS file, this module will fill the request with the compiled CSS. When a file is compiled, the resultant CSS is also cached. This means that the SASS is only compiled when the file has been modified, so the average wait time for the file is always very fast.
Website@School is a content management system especially designed for education. Blind and visually impaired webmasters can manage this CMS with a braille reader or speech synthesizer. It supports an unlimited number of sites, unlimited depth, RBAC, and with many educational features. It is also manageable by pupils.
mod_rangelimit aims to provide protection from DoS attacks using the Range header in Apache. It does so by analyzing the ranges supplied in the Range header. It checks the headers before mod_setenvif, and if there is even one invalid range in the request, the whole request is declined. The module also checks the number of supplied ranges and the number of overlapping ranges. It provides two options, MaxRanges (defaulting to 20) and MaxOverlappingRanges (defaulting to 5).
mod_ipblock aims to provide protection from aggressive clients by blocking or reporting them with a script. Users can set a limit to simultaneous connections. When this limit is reached, the module will execute the defined command. You can then write a simple bash script which can run commands with sudo(8) in order to limit the client or notify the admins.