Right now it is not possible as Dmoz is bork3n. Otherwise you can ask to have the URL updated. But keep in mind Dmoz id overloaded as it is and short on editors. It may take a while or may never be fixed.
I'm not sure what bork3n is. But there is a site called www.resource-zone.com which is run by a bunch of Dmoz editors. If you ask your question there, a Dmoz editor will be able to respond personally to you. It worked for me when I needed an edit made to my Dmoz listing awhile back. Good luck!
They are very responsive in that forum so it is definitely worth a try. Although I recommend waiting until they fix DMOZ first as nobody can change anything until they do. If you post before they fix it you might get lost in the shuffle.
1) Corrupt editors
2) Lack of editors
3) Despite a lack of editors rejecting most editor applications
4) Major downtime
5) Extremely slow review times (it can take years to be listed if ever listed at all)