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Using DBpedia for a project, it's seems that it's impossible to access the service via Http protocol from a browser using HTTPS. Is there a work around solution for this? Or is it possible to include SSL certificates on the site, allowing us to access the site over https?
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After our successful meeting in Poznan in 2015, we thought it is time to meet the Polish DBpedia community again. The DBpedia meetup will be held on 22th of November 2016 at the Poznań University of Economics and Business. This meetup aims at the presentation of semantic web technologies and their use in applications by entrepreneurs.
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