[EM] SODA might be the method we've been looking for.

Andrew Myers andru at cs.cornell.edu
Thu Dec 15 06:24:53 PST 2011

On 7/22/64 2:59 PM, Andy Jennings wrote:
> I don't see any huge theoretical downsides.  Do others still have 
> reservations about SODA?  I realize that some people may be opposed to 
> delegation, in principle.  And others think delegable systems just 
> don't have a chance of getting implemented.  So I think these debates 
> about which is the best voting system in the standard (non-delegable) 
> model are still useful.  I also think it's useful for Jameson to 
> inject a plug about SODA every now and then.
I will repeat what I've written before:

 > I have to agree. SODA to me seems quite complex. It appears to pose 
difficult strategic decisions for candidates and even for voters.

-- Andrew
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