Yes, go to the category in which the website is listed and click "update listing" at the top of the page.
Tell us what yout think should be changed and why this should be done.
But plaase, do not try to write ttile and description full of marketing hype. It will be rejected.
A DMOZ editor will look at the update request and check the website to see if the request is valid.
I need an old link removed. We recently moved our site and I did add a new submission for this link. However, I need this old link removed from the directory so that we do not violate the duplicate content rule.
The new URL is
The old site listing is:
I realized now I should have used this forum vs making new submission....sorry for the confusion.
Update requests are usually reviewed fairly quickly ("quickly" being a very subjective term, I know). Usually within several weeks on average. But remember that the review is still dependant on someone choosing to review update requests in that category. And remember also that "reviewed" doesn't necessarily mean "accepted". Processing update requests involves reviewing the site and comparing what the request asks for (change of title/description, URL, or category) with the directory's guidelines for that particular site.
To avoid the temptation to keyword stuff or 'commercialize' the title and/or description - it is possible (although unlikely) that the reviewing editor will miss the pertinent information in the request when he/she reviews it.