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# Changelog
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# Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct

## Our Pledge

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# Contributing to [PROJECT NAME]

Hey :wave:,

Thank you for taking the time to help us make this project better!

We're thrilled that you'd like to contribute and we'd love for you to get involved. Whatever your level of skill or however much time you can give, your contribution is greatly appreciated.

There are many ways to contribute, from writing tutorials or blog posts, improving the documentation, submitting bug reports and feature requests, helping other users by commenting on issues, or writing code which can be incorporated into our project.

Following these guidelines helps to communicate that you respect the time of the developers managing and developing this open source project. In return, they should reciprocate that respect in addressing your issue, assessing changes, and helping you finalize your pull requests.

## Looking for support?

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## How to report a bug

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* Describe the specific problem, with screenshots if possible
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**If you find a security vulnerability, do not open an issue. Please check our [security policy]( for instructions.**

## How to suggest a feature or enhancement

If you find yourself wishing for a feature that doesn't exist in this project, you are probably not alone. There are bound to be others out there with similar needs.

Feature requests are welcome. But take a moment to find out whether your idea fits with the scope and goals of the project. It's up to you to make a strong case to convince the project's developers of the merits of this feature. Please provide as much detail and context as possible, including describing the problem you're trying to solve.

[Open an issue]( which describes the feature you would like to see, why you want it, how it should work, etc.

## Your first contribution

We'd love for you to contribute to the project. Unsure where to begin contributing? You can start by looking through these "good first issue" and "help wanted" issues:

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## Code of conduct

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# :globe_with_meridians: Allons-ip!

> A simple public IP address API using nothing but NGINX.

![Uptime Robot ratio (30 days)]( ![Maintenance]( ![Project License](


## About

**Allons-ip!** is a simple and completely free API service that anyone can use to get their public IP address. It uses nothing but NGINX to server requests, which makes it insane fast and reliable.

The API returns all data in plain text &mdash; or JSON &mdash;, without any advertisements or extra data. It runs on a dedicated AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper 2950X server in Germany, a country with has some of the best laws in the world to protect your right to privacy, has full disk encryption enabled and a no logging policy.

![But why?](

**Why?** Because why not :man_shrugging:. We needed to get the public IP address of servers we deploy programmatically, and wanted to have control over how that was done, so **Allons-ip!** was born.

Since we did not want to reinvent the wheel and NGINX is so damn powerful, there was no need for anything other than pure NGINX.

## Usage

No secrets here, just call the URL for the API and it should return the IP address of the machine you used to make the call.

**Clear Text:**
`curl -s`

`curl -s`

## FAQ

### What is up with the name?

It is a combination of me sucking at French and the usual love for [Doctor Who]( that everyone in this company shares. Plus a dad level pun.

[Read more on this](

### Can I add checks against this API on my scripts?

My dear chap, absolutely! That is why we made this public in the first place, so others can use it.

### What about my privacy?

Nothing is ever logged, and there is no data to be sold here, period. Heck, we don't even have an easy way to check if this service is being used or not.

### Is the API reliable? Is it monitored?

Sure it is! We also promise that we're monitoring **Allons-ip!** 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If there is a global service interruption, we're on it.

:point_right: [Check out our system status](

## Bugs

See GitGit Issues: <>

## Author

- [@jamesponddotco](

## Acknowledgements

- [NGINX]( - Simply the best web server there is
- [StudioPress]( - Makers of the Genesis Framework, which is used as the base for our website
- [elementary OS]( - Color scheme and general awesomeness

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# Security Policy

Hey :wave:,

Being a privacy-oriented project, security is, obviously, quite important to us.

Thank you for taking the time to report security issues! We know you could be doing literally anything else right now, but you chose to help us improve this project instead, and that is priceless. Seriously, thank you.

Okay, now, to the formal part of this policy :weary:.

## Reporting a Vulnerability

If you found any kind of security issue in this project, please disclose the information responsibly by sending an email to []( and not by creating an issue on this repository.

We recommend to use GPG for these kind of communications, the fingerprint for our key is `9694 9B96 8BB7 92BF 0B1F 0BF8 CDCC 8001 874B 6E9C`.

**You can run this command to download our key:**

gpg --keyserver --recv 96949B968BB792BF0B1F0BF8CDCC8001874B6E9C

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# Support

> Unless stated otherwise, this project is provided as is and comes with no support.

However, it does not hurt to ask. Feel free to [send us an email at](, and we’ll try to get back to you between 11am and 9pm UTC, Monday to Friday. Don’t be shy — say hello!

## Bug reports

See the [contributing guidelines]( for support related to bug reports.

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