Upload User Avatar from android to WordPress using Rest API

I am developing an android app that give users ability to browse , register, login, post and comment to my wordpress blog using Rest Api .

I am trying now to add a way for users to update their avatars , but i have no idea how to upload media to my blog

 add_action('rest_api_init', function () {    register_rest_route( 'wp/v2', 'upload_image/',array(                 'methods'  => 'POST',                 'callback' => 'upload_image' )); });   function upload_image( $  path ) {      // NO IDEA HERE  }    

Avatar vs Profile Picture vs Display Picture

I have noticed that on message boards, that we use the name avatar for the picture on our profiles. On Facebook and Twitter they are called profile pictures, and on Skype it is called Display Picture.

I know, in general, everyone should know the word avatar if you make an online profile before the recent change to Profile Picture.

Which term is correct for the modern web 2.0 era which we are in? Should I assume to call it a profile picture now over avatar and display picture?

Is it better to have a default avatar library on client or server side?

I have a webapp using ReactJS as the frontend and Rails as the backend service.

I have an account manager, where a user can choose multiple avatars from a default library. This library contains around 250/300 images, and uses 20Mb of disk space.

I was wondering whether it is a good thing or not to have them stored on the client side. I believe that client side storage is easier to update, since I can just add/remove/rename files from my explorer during development.

However, I hesitate quite a lot, since I am aware of possible performances issues from memory usage. Plus, once uploaded to server, images can be easily retrieved as a URL list, and I won’t have to use file libraries like fs. But it’s a pain to upload them all, not to mention I’ll need to use a specific database manager each time I need to update/add/remove a file.

Which is the best practice for this particular case, and given the libraries in use (ReactJS and Rails)?

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Terrible Avatar and Going Loud

In FoH, p.116, Terrible Avatar let’s you split from your demonic form and your cover. Would your cover still be blown if the demonic form then “Went Loud”?

The words, “leaving nothing for enemies to track back to the demon’s Cover” is what gets me confused.

I would think that her Cover would be clown, but I can see it going either way.

How to remove i2.wp.com from Avatar images? (Jetpack not installed)

I’m using a custom avatar plugin. The code I’m using is:

if ( !function_exists( 'get_avatar' ) ) :     function get_avatar( $  id_or_email, $  size = '0', $  default = '', $  alt = false ) {     if ( ! get_option('show_avatars') )         return false;     static $  default_url;     if ( !isset( $  default_url ) )  $  default_url = 'http://example.com/images/avatar.png' ;     if ( false === $  alt)         $  safe_alt = '';     else         $  safe_alt = esc_attr( $  alt );     if ( !is_numeric( $  size ) )         $  size = '0';     $  avatar = "<img alt='{$  safe_alt}' src='{$  default_url}' class='avatar avatar-{$  size} photo avatar-default' height='{$  size}' width='{$  size}' />";     return apply_filters( 'get_avatar', $  avatar, $  id_or_email, $  size, $  default, $  alt ); } endif; function __limit_default_avatars_setting( $  default ) { } add_filter( 'avatar_defaults', '__limit_default_avatars' );   ?> 

However, this URL goes to: https://i2.wp.com/www.example.com/images/avatar.png

I’ve never used the Jetpack plugin. How to fix this problem?