It has been so long since DMOZ, one of the most widely used directories, appeared to be making additions and edits, I’ve neglected it and missed some important news.
On December 20, 2006, Search Engine Roundtable reported the editor area had reopened. Even then though, it was unclear how much editing was being done.
The Open Directory Project (DMOZ) plays an important role in search engine optimization as a leading indicator of website popularity and relevance. By being manually edited, site submissions are audited for accuracy and relevance allowing the engines to depend on it (to varying degrees) for information.
Though still unclear how long it will take to get a submission listed or changed, it is clear that DMOZ is again accepting submissions so find the section of the directory that makes sense for your site and ensure its there.