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  1. Introduction
  2. Goal
  3. Current Features
  4. Planned Features
  5. First Release
  6. Supported Operating Systems

Introduction to JWebDirectory

There is a wealth of freely available resources on the internet. Many people have heard of open source software, but there is also, an open source directory of information. The directory is called the DMOZ Open Directory Project. The open directory is a directory of websites maintained by numerous volunteers. The volunteers are called editors and are responsible for maintaining links for one or more categories.

The JWebDirectory software is a set of utilities one can use to make the Dmoz directory information available over the web.

Goal of JWebDirectory

The goal of the JWebDirectory open source project is to provide a set of utilities that will make it easy for webmasters, system administrators, and other internet professionals to make the information or a subset of the information in the Dmoz Directory available online via the world wide web.

Current Features

JWebDirectory can:

Planned Features

Soon you will be able to:

First Release

The first release of JWebDirectory is expected before the end of the year.

Supported Operating Systems

The software should run on any Unix platform that has a Java 2 Virtual Machine.