[thelist] backordering, domain transfer and other issues.

Zeljko Dakic mlist at dakic.com
Fri Nov 11 09:31:39 CST 2005

Hey Volkan,

that other person, freelancer might be a guy just like you and client 
you have might have a dark side you will discover in a month or two. Why 
not try emailing it with nice note that you were asked by what is your 
client to modify his site and while looking at things you saw that 
domain is in his name, and ask him whats the story and whether he would 
be willing to transfer to your new client.

Most of the time I would discover that fellow developers can find common 
ground, there are exceptions though. Still this would seem like the most 
natural, painless and quickest method to resolve this issue.

Zeljko Dakic


>Yes I did. It belongs to some individual (perhaps a freelance
>developer), an e-mail and a phone is provided.
>But I don't want to contact him unless absolutely necessary. This will
>make the deal hotter. May be has has alredy forgotten about it and me
>asking to drop his domain registration will pop a light bulb over his
>hand and offer me a high-price for it etc.

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