Curlie is the largest human-edited directory of the Web. It is constructed and maintained by a passionate, global community of volunteer editors.
Historically known as the Open Directory Project (ODP) and as DMOZ, we were founded in the spirit of the Open Source movement, becoming the only major directory that is 100% free. In accordance with our free use license, there is no cost to submit a site to the directory or use the directory's data.
With the massive growth of the internet, Curlie provides the means for the community to identify and categorize its best content.
You Can Participate
Like any community, your own contributions can make it better for everyone.
You can participate in several ways:
- Report an issue with a listed site
- Suggest a site for a specific category
- Volunteer to edit a specific category
- Maintain your own Curlie collection
Report an Issue
When clicking or hovering over a site listing, the icon appears. Click the icon to report an issue with that listing. Fill out the form and an editor will follow up.
Suggest a Site
When the category you are browsing is open for new suggestions, the icon will appear next to it. Click it and fill out the form, and an editor will follow up. For more details, go here.
Become an Editor
When the category you are browsing is accepting applications for new editors, the icon will appear next to it. If you are knowledgeable about the topic and interested in editing, click the icon and fill out the form.
If accepted, you will have access to a comprehensive set of tools that make it easy to add, delete, and update links. After gaining experience, you may apply for additional, and possibly broader, categories.
With just a few minutes of your time, you can help make the Web a better place, and be recognized as an expert on your chosen topic. For more information on becoming an editor, go here.
- General FAQs - Want more info? Check out some general FAQs about us in our Help area.
- Resource-Zone Forum - An independent forum for discussions between Curlie Editors and members of the public.
- Linking to Curlie - Show your support by linking to us from your site.
- Social Contract - Our commitment and promise to all net-citizens to keep Curlie a free and open resource.
- Free Use License - License governing use of Curlie data.