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RDF Dump.


5:42 pm on Jan 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I have seen large numbers of dmoz spam sites dumped this dance. Has the update occurred anyone? Or have they been dumped because I reported them - which I did - because I hate spammers - adios amigos - and I am still hunting you all down.



5:35 am on Jan 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

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No, DMOZ did not yet prodice a successfull RDF, sorry to say.

If reporting DMOZ spam-sites to google, dont forget to report to DMOZ, too. Contact a Meta-Editor or at least submit an Update URL request.

5:10 pm on Jan 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

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To be truthful, I dont think we will ever see an update again in the same way we used to.

I have a site which is at number 1 in Google now with a PR 5 and only two inbound links - one from a pr2 page and the other from DMOZ.

The Google Serp doesnt show it as being in the directory in the traditional sense I.E. with a dir listing - but its getting the weight from dmoz still.

I dunno - getting confused about all this.

5:40 pm on Jan 29, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I too have noticed a ton of sites in Google that show in their directory that were hijacked and whatnot. However DMOZ has many of these sites removed :D