Laisha was one of the very first human directory editors in existence.
She joined DMOZ, which is otherwise known as Open Directory Project, ODP, or — for a very short time — GnuHoo, in June of 1998.
She was a meta editor from the time that position was first instituted. In August of 2001, she married another meta editor, Kfander, whom she met via the development of the groundbreaking directory.
Both Kfander and Laisha were instrumental in policy discussions including those about deeplinking in the directory and listing of websites which use affiliate marketing and other monetization methods. They were both active and contributory to the eventual development of new categories, restructuring, and behind-the-scenes policies.
Since that time, she and Kfander have both worked on numerous directories, including Go.com, JoeAnt, Zeal, Best Of the Web, and Aviva Directory.
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