1. I talked to two DMOZ volunteer editors and was told that it can take up to two years or more to get a web site approved and listed on DMOZ.
2. Many qualified web sites are rejected simply because the category editor considers them competition to his or her own site.
3. It`s standard practice that if you e-mail DMOZ about the status of your web site, you will not receive a courtesy response to your e-mail.
4. A DMOZ editor told me that some category editors even fight among themselves to have their own web sites listed ahead of other submissions.
5. With thousands and thousands of web sites in the pipeline waiting to be approved and listed, there`s no way that understaffed and overworked DMOZ editors can possibly catch up.
Its been several months since I last communicated with a DMOZ editor. Do you have any new information about DMOZ?
Have any of you tried to submit your website to DMOZ? What was your experience?
Personally, after everything I`ve learned, I no longer consider DMOZ relevant anymore. Do you?
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