I could post an issue, but perharps the issue is not with Plume but instead with NSS :
I think the faulting part is "
Does Plume install do that voluntary or Is it automatically put by the server?
Because the folder name is “css” and ends with “css”, so the server thinks it is a “css” file that name ends with “css”, that could explain why the folder “img” is of type “application/octet-stream” and “app” is not a file extension, so it is considered as a folder
@prefix cs: <http://www.w3.org/ns/iana/media-types/text/css#>.
a cs:Resource, ldp:BasicContainer, ldp:Container, ldp:Resource;