As someone in his second day of membership, I don't see a problem with BoonEx using oDesk. For most of us, outsourcing is really the way to go if you want to be successful.

The Dolphin developers should have no problem setting up on oDesk (all you veterans know who they are so there should be no problem there) and a Boonex presence on oDesk may prompt more developers to learn Dolphin. They may not all be great to begin with, but who is?

In the end, moving to oDesk could result in a larger Developer see more developer pool and more competition on price. It will also give webmasters a place to go to outsource other work if they hadn't already thought of using outsourcing.

I, for one, am willing to give Andrew's idea a try.
I can't think of a single reason why any of the top developers on boonex.com would want to set up on odesk. Most of them are in high demand because everyone knows who they are. They would have nothing to gain by setting up in an environment where their perceived value is 8 bucks an hour. Besides, who wants to work under a microscope? Odesk is not exactly an environment designed to spawn creativity.
I agree with houstonlively again..
No-one wants to go down in price and demand.
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