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It is owned by AOL but constructed and maintained by a community of volunteer editors.DMOZ uses a hierarchical ontology scheme for organizing site listings.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.
By the time Netscape assumed stewardship, the Open Directory Project had about 100,000 URLs indexed with contributions from about 4500 editors.On October 5, 1999, the number of URLs indexed by DMOZ reached one million.Listings on a similar topic are grouped into categories which can then include smaller categories.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.
Chris Tolles, who worked at Sun Microsystems as the head of marketing for network security products, also signed on in 1998 as a co-founder of Gnuhoo along with co-founders Bryn Dole and Jeremy Wenokur.
Skrenta had developed TASS, an ancestor of tin, the popular threaded Usenet newsreader for Unix systems. then objected to the use of "Hoo" in the name, prompting them to switch the name again. However, before the switch to ZURL, New Hoo was acquired by Netscape Communications Corporation in October 1998 and became the Open Directory Project.