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DMOZ closed on March 17, 2017 because AOL no longer wished to support the project.
DMOZ was founded in the United States as Gnuhoo by Rich Skrenta and Bob Truel in 1998 while they were both working as engineers for Sun Microsystems.
There were about 7330 active editors during August 2006.
that prevented editors from working on the directory until December 18, 2006.
According to an unofficial estimate, the URLs in DMOZ numbered 1.6 million in April 2000, surpassing those in the Yahoo! DMOZ achieved the milestones of indexing two million URLs on August 14, 2000, three million listings on November 18, 2001 and four million on December 3, 2003.
As of April 2013 there were 5,169,995 sites listed in over 1,017,500 categories.
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DMOZ (from directory.mozilla.org, an earlier domain name) was a multilingual open-content directory of World Wide Web links.
The site's interface was given an upgrade in 2016, branded "DMOZ 3.0" but AOL took it offline the following year.
As DMOZ became more widely known, two other major web directories edited by volunteers and sponsored by and Zeal emerged, both now defunct.