/** * HTTP API: WP_Http_Encoding class * * @package WordPress * @subpackage HTTP * @since 4.4.0 */ /** * Core class used to implement deflate and gzip transfer encoding support for HTTP requests. * * Includes RFC 1950, RFC 1951, and RFC 1952. * * @since 2.8.0 */ class WP_Http_Encoding { /** * Compress raw string using the deflate format. * * Supports the RFC 1951 standard. * * @since 2.8.0 * * @static * * @param string $raw String to compress. * @param int $level Optional, default is 9. Compression level, 9 is highest. * @param string $supports Optional, not used. When implemented it will choose the right compression based on what the server supports. * @return string|false False on failure. */ public static function compress( $raw, $level = 9, $supports = null ) { return gzdeflate( $raw, $level ); } /** * Decompression of deflated string. * * Will attempt to decompress using the RFC 1950 standard, and if that fails * then the RFC 1951 standard deflate will be attempted. Finally, the RFC * 1952 standard gzip decode will be attempted. If all fail, then the * original compressed string will be returned. * * @since 2.8.0 * * @static * * @param string $compressed String to decompress. * @param int $length The optional length of the compressed data. * @return string|bool False on failure. */ public static function decompress( $compressed, $length = null ) { if ( empty($compressed) ) return $compressed; if ( false !== ( $decompressed = @gzinflate( $compressed ) ) ) return $decompressed; if ( false !== ( $decompressed = self::compatible_gzinflate( $compressed ) ) ) return $decompressed; if ( false !== ( $decompressed = @gzuncompress( $compressed ) ) ) return $decompressed; if ( function_exists('gzdecode') ) { $decompressed = @gzdecode( $compressed ); if ( false !== $decompressed ) return $decompressed; } return $compressed; } /** * Decompression of deflated string while staying compatible with the majority of servers. * * Certain Servers will return deflated data with headers which PHP's gzinflate() * function cannot handle out of the box. The following function has been created from * various snippets on the gzinflate() PHP documentation. * * Warning: Magic numbers within. Due to the potential different formats that the compressed * data may be returned in, some "magic offsets" are needed to ensure proper decompression * takes place. For a simple progmatic way to determine the magic offset in use, see: * https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/18273 * * @since 2.8.1 * @link https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/18273 * @link https://secure.php.net/manual/en/function.gzinflate.php#70875 * @link https://secure.php.net/manual/en/function.gzinflate.php#77336 * * @static * * @param string $gzData String to decompress. * @return string|bool False on failure. */ public static function compatible_gzinflate($gzData) { // Compressed data might contain a full header, if so strip it for gzinflate(). if ( substr($gzData, 0, 3) == "\x1f\x8b\x08" ) { $i = 10; $flg = ord( substr($gzData, 3, 1) ); if ( $flg > 0 ) { if ( $flg & 4 ) { list($xlen) = unpack('v', substr($gzData, $i, 2) ); $i = $i + 2 + $xlen; } if ( $flg & 8 ) $i = strpos($gzData, "\0", $i) + 1; if ( $flg & 16 ) $i = strpos($gzData, "\0", $i) + 1; if ( $flg & 2 ) $i = $i + 2; } $decompressed = @gzinflate( substr($gzData, $i, -8) ); if ( false !== $decompressed ) return $decompressed; } // Compressed data from java.util.zip.Deflater amongst others. $decompressed = @gzinflate( substr($gzData, 2) ); if ( false !== $decompressed ) return $decompressed; return false; } /** * What encoding types to accept and their priority values. * * @since 2.8.0 * * @static * * @param string $url * @param array $args * @return string Types of encoding to accept. */ public static function accept_encoding( $url, $args ) { $type = array(); $compression_enabled = self::is_available(); if ( ! $args['decompress'] ) // Decompression specifically disabled. $compression_enabled = false; elseif ( $args['stream'] ) // Disable when streaming to file. $compression_enabled = false; elseif ( isset( $args['limit_response_size'] ) ) // If only partial content is being requested, we won't be able to decompress it. $compression_enabled = false; if ( $compression_enabled ) { if ( function_exists( 'gzinflate' ) ) $type[] = 'deflate;q=1.0'; if ( function_exists( 'gzuncompress' ) ) $type[] = 'compress;q=0.5'; if ( function_exists( 'gzdecode' ) ) $type[] = 'gzip;q=0.5'; } /** * Filters the allowed encoding types. * * @since 3.6.0 * * @param array $type Encoding types allowed. Accepts 'gzinflate', * 'gzuncompress', 'gzdecode'. * @param string $url URL of the HTTP request. * @param array $args HTTP request arguments. */ $type = apply_filters( 'wp_http_accept_encoding', $type, $url, $args ); return implode(', ', $type); } /** * What encoding the content used when it was compressed to send in the headers. * * @since 2.8.0 * * @static * * @return string Content-Encoding string to send in the header. */ public static function content_encoding() { return 'deflate'; } /** * Whether the content be decoded based on the headers. * * @since 2.8.0 * * @static * * @param array|string $headers All of the available headers. * @return bool */ public static function should_decode($headers) { if ( is_array( $headers ) ) { if ( array_key_exists('content-encoding', $headers) && ! empty( $headers['content-encoding'] ) ) return true; } elseif ( is_string( $headers ) ) { return ( stripos($headers, 'content-encoding:') !== false ); } return false; } /** * Whether decompression and compression are supported by the PHP version. * * Each function is tested instead of checking for the zlib extension, to * ensure that the functions all exist in the PHP version and aren't * disabled. * * @since 2.8.0 * * @static * * @return bool */ public static function is_available() { return ( function_exists('gzuncompress') || function_exists('gzdeflate') || function_exists('gzinflate') ); } } Faqs | Harvestrs

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Who is behind Harvestrs?

It is not easy to come up with a person or a group of people whom the idea originates from. It started from a group of people, who also constituted our current core volunteer (you can check them out here). They come from different churches and backgrounds, but they are one in the desire to see more growth and active Christian lives in the midst of their daily lives.

How can I join the community?

You can start by coming to our quarterly meetups. That is the best way for you to connect with us.

You do not need a membership to be able to come to our meetings. If you are willing to support us, you can join us as volunteers or members. We are still working on the details of the membership scheme. So stay tuned!

Are you affiliated to any church?

The short answer is no. We have members from different churches and we welcome people from different backgrounds. However, that doesn’t keep us from having a good relationship with local churches. We do not see ourselves competing with churches for members, instead we are equipping them.

Are you a church, or what?

We are not a church, and we do not plan to be a church. We see our roles to equip and help churches, not to replace church. You can call us a para-church community.

What are your visions?

There are two visions that we aim for. First, we want to bring relevance to the lives of Christians by equiping them. Second, we want to foster friendship between Christians, no matter which churches they are coming from.

What are your mission?

Our mission is to encourage conversation and dialogue between Christians and also to the outside world, or what we call simply ‘the fields’.

Where are you located?

Currently, we are based in Medan, North Sumatra (Indonesia).

Are you an English-based community?

No. We do not limit our engagement in English, but due to the amount of materials and speakers who delivered in English, it may seem that we are English-based. Fear not, we are balancing the material in Indonesian and English!

Hey. You miss the ‘e’.

Yes, we realize that. It is cool, isn’t it?