I’m quite new to this forum, so my apologies if this is posted in the wrong section.
I’m currently working on a project in which I need to gather textual descriptions of dbpedia resources, i.e. http://dbpedia.org/page/Ship_transport, from there I’ll request the JSON format in order to process the abstract or the rdf#comment from it.
The amount of calls I need to make might end up being “bursty” in nature, in that resources I need to fetch data for come in collections of 10’s to a couple of 100’s. I’m not sure what the fair use policy is of DBPedia and that’s why I’m wondering whether or not it would make sense to host the same REST API that is provided by dbpedia.org… The dataset is public so I can image I’m not the first person to consider this, but I can’t find that much documentation on it.
Any help with regards to making fetching DBPedia resources more robust are very welcome!