A search for Dmoz now brings up PhilC's article in the no.1 position. Things have been going down hill since they set up the 301 to the www. Has Google really had enough with directories? Or have Aol seriously messed something up?
Dazu gibt es einen Kommentar von Matt Cutts:
Hey all, I dug into this a little bit with the help of a couple crawl folks. It looks like when Googlebot tried to fetch http://www.dmoz.org/, we got a 301 redirect back to http://www.dmoz.org/ . It looks like that self-loop has been going on for several days. We were last able to fetch the root page successfully on Sept. 10th, but from that point on DMOZ was returning these 301-to-itself pages, and after a few days Googlebot gave up on trying to fetch the url. It looks like the rest of the site is fine, so I suspect that if DMOZ gets 301/redirects for their root page sorted out on their webserver, we'll recrawl and index the page pretty quickly. DLPerry, keep the faith. If you read back over the comments, several people (g1smd, jdevalk) suggested reasonable explanations instead of going right to "ZOMG! Google hatez da Moz!?!"
Wenn sich Matt Cutts persönlich innerhalb von 24 Stunden zu Wort meldet, scheint das ODP für Google nicht ganz so unwichtig zu sein.