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For what it's worth I am a supporter of the Cost of Knowledge effort.
There is a new website for publishing Occam packages as well as a command line package management tool to enable you to do so. Details can be found here:
Update: I have also just added a tool for editing Occam's vernacular, called Florence. You can find it here:
Florence grammar tool
Unlike custom grammars, you cannot simply add the Florence vernacular to Occam by including it in projects. Instead, the idea is that you might want to communicate changes to me, via issues or via pull requests to either the lexers or parsers projects directly. I certainly need to use the tool in the coming weeks as I attempt to add a few more packages to openmathematics.org, let's see how it goes.
I've always been a bit rubbish at probability, and recently a student came to me with the Monty Hall problem. I waffled for a few minutes before admitting (to myself as much as anyone) that I hadn't a clue what I was talking about. We then decided to solve it properly. It took a few lessons on and off but the result was a much clearer direct calculation (or proof if you prefer).
Occam has its own dedicated page including a section on how you can get it running locally.
These are not fully peer-reviewed papers and should not be judged as such.
Last updated 31st April, 2018.