Dmoz will be down for a couple of hours today for maintenance, so if you are unable to reach it - don't worry. Editors this is your oppertunity to take a break - relish and enjoy the experience. <img src="/images/icons/smile.gif" alt="" />
Staff is taking Dmoz down for maintenance 12 October from 0800-1600 PST (Los Angeles time; 1100-1900 EST or New York City time). During these hours it will be unavailable for *everyone*, both editors and users.
Some editors accepted after 5 August 2002 have also been experiencing problems logging in. Metas and staff are aware of the situation, and steps are being taken (including the upcoming maintenance) to correct that. In the meantime, you may contact your local friendly meta to have your password reset. <img src="/images/icons/smile.gif" alt="" />
Those of you hungering* for something to do during the maintenance session, take note*! http://chefmoz.org/ (affiliated with dmoz) and http://musicmoz.org/ (not affiliated with dmoz, but like it <img src="/images/icons/smile.gif" alt="" />) are always looking for volunteers and submissions. Or you can relearn what life is like away from your computer monitor(s).
We now return you to your regularly scheduled program...
*No puns were hurt in creating this message. <img src="/images/icons/grin.gif" alt="" />
Nothing official, but DMOZ has been experiencing a few problems over the last few days.
If you're a user you'll probably be able to browse through categories but you might experience problems submitting URLs.
If you're an editor you'll probably experience difficulties logging into the system. And if you do manage to log in you may not be able to access the internal forums or you will have problems posting in the forums.
I don't know much more than that, but thought I would post something here for maximum exposure so people will know what's going on and that people are working on it <img src="/images/icons/smile.gif" alt="" />