How to Get Curlie Data

Curlie's data (RDF) is currently unavailable due to technical issues. Please visit our forum for news and further information.

Who can use the Curlie Directory's data?
Anyone can use the directory's data.  It is available to the general public, and 100% free to use. However, you must agree to the Curlie License. All Curlie RDF users must provide an attribution on pages on their site that display the data. This attribution is described in section 2 of the license agreement.
Where can I find information about downloading Curlie Data?
Information about downloading Curlie data is available here. The Curlie Directory provides its data for download in the Resource Description Framework (RDF), an XML format. See for general information about RDF.
What is the RDF dump?
The RDF dump is a collection of files amassed by the Curlie Directory. These files are publicly and freely available under the Curlie License.
Where can I get the RDF dump?
You can download the Curlie RDF from here.
How do I use the RDF dump?
Once you download the RDF, you'll need to supply your own script to parse the date. The currently used tags can be found here.
Are there tools or enhancements available?
Check out some of the sites located under the following category for enhancement tools: Computers: Internet: Searching: Directories: DMOZ: Use of DMOZ Data: Upload Tools.
How often is the RDF data updated?
A new RDF is created every Sunday, with all the updates from the previous week's editing.
Where do I go for further information/troubleshooting?
In addition to the above, you may find the following links helpful: