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CVX: http://ask.cvxr.com/questions/

YALMIP: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/yalmip

algopy: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/algopy (Algorithmic Differentiation in Python, which is useful in support of nonlinear optimization, among other things. I defer to the editor as to whether this is considered to be an "OR" software package, but I believe it is.)

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QuanDec (for Quantify your Decisions): http://www.cassotis.com/quandec Web-based multi-user platform based on AMPL language.

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For COIN-OR, for now, use the mailing lists for the individual projects or the coin-discuss list for general questions: http://list.coin-or.org/mailman/listinfo.

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