It was really strange, Can't see what they were trying to do.
There were 6 connections:
On the VGA side the pins 6,7,8 (R,G,B Grounds) were shorted and connected to the correct analog ground of the DVI
On the VGA side pins 1,2,3 (R,G,B) looked like they connected with pins 6,7,8 of the DVI (DDC Clock, DDC Data, Analog vertical sync)
On the VGA side pins 13,14 (Horiz and Vert Sync) looked like they connected with pins 23,24 of the DVI (TMDS Clock+, TMDS Clock-)
So go figure! the pins of the VGA port are actually related to the correct pins, at least the very minimum required to get a picture; but other than the analog ground, the pins of the DVI are seemingly random? *New connector bought on Ebay, checked the pins in the photo this time