You can add your URL’s to DMOZ again!

DMOZ has now fully recovered from the enormous crash, as you can now suggest your own sites for the directory again! So feel free to go in there and add your URL’s :).

Update: not completely recovered, you still can’t apply to become an editor.

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18 Responses

  1. CaydelBy Caydel on 13 January, 2007

    Great news.

    Apparently they lost all their review data when the crash happened, so if you submit your sites now, they go to the front of the new queue!

    I’m heading right over there to submit a few sites.

  2. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 13 January, 2007

    Yeah, very true, and I can know ;)

  3. CaydelBy Caydel on 13 January, 2007

    Are you an editor there?

  4. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 13 January, 2007

    yeah, on some Dutch regional categories and in a few sub categories of /Computers.

  5. CaydelBy Caydel on 13 January, 2007

    Wikipedia, DMOZ… any other giant editorial commitments we haven’t seen yet?

  6. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 13 January, 2007

    Yes :) the BOTW blog directory :)

  7. Gerben CoumouBy Gerben Coumou on 14 January, 2007

    Thanks for the quick update, Joost. I didn’t notice it on other sites (yet).
    Though DMOZ is not really what is being called web 2.0, I would still say it’s a good way to start some linkbuilding.
    So I grabbed my chance to put some links in front of the queue as well :-)

  8. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 14 January, 2007

    It’s certainly a good place to start your linkbuilding, and if your site get’s approved, it’s one of the best links you can get for free!

  9. rxbbxBy rxbbx on 14 January, 2007

    Thnx.. good news.

  10. UlcoBy Ulco on 15 January, 2007

    And I can edit again. Nice :-)

  11. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 15 January, 2007

    Heh, good stuff :)

  12. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 15 January, 2007

    I’d seen it :) I’m not really in to SEO competitions I must admit, as I think they usually create more spam, which is not something I want to see in my search results :)

  13. Dave DavisBy Dave Davis on 15 January, 2007

    It’s been a long road to recovery for DMOZ.Being an editor though, the last few months have had the hidden bonus of creating a DB of sites for my cats to add when DMOZ became available again.It renewed my interest in a way!

  14. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 15 January, 2007

    I’ve had the same experience Dave, it’s got me working harder for DMOZ then ever before :)

  15. Dave DavisBy Dave Davis on 15 January, 2007

    Ahhh, I didn’t know you were a fellow editor. I think ti was a blessing in disguise for the quality of the directory.

  16. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 15 January, 2007

    It sure was, certainly for the categories I manage :)

  17. CarlBy Carl on 21 June, 2007

    For me it doesn’t mean much of a change… I’ve been waiting months and months for my site to be included.
    The sad thing is that under this category, no editor is listed. Does anyone know if that means that my site will never be reviewed ?
    Thanks

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