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"chriscoyier" wrote:
Thanks for the details. Most of this sounds like a miscommunication (they thought they were giving you a loose time estimate, you thought you were getting a hard deadline). Unprofessional communication is another matter though. How did you track down the developers twitter account? Or was that shared with you as a way to communicate on the project?

Chris, you are exactly right this was a communication error and the way they "cleared it up" was another matter, as you said.

The developer gave me his e-mail address with an @fire-studios.com. I got curious with all this shadiness going on so I put that into google and his website came up. He supplied all of his contact information on his site so I found his twitter page and saw his remarks on there.

Just an unfortunate event but an experience to learn from non-the-less.