We need a public IP address for the new WikiApiary server but there does not seem to be a documented method for obtaining one on WMFLabs.
|Resolved||bd808||T140904 Existing Labs project quota increase requests (Tracking)|
|Resolved||MarkAHershberger||T149874 move WikiApiary to Labs|
|Invalid||None||T160862 New Public IP for WikiApiary on WMFLabs|
https://horizon.wikimedia.org/project/access_and_security/ and tab "Floating IPs" will tell you if you have any etc.
I don't know if this a question that necessarily needs an answer... But why do you need a public ip? Is this to point your domains A record at once the project has been moved to labs?
If you still think you need one, then see here how to request it: https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Addresses#Request_a_Public_IP_address
this is following the template at T140904
If it's just for running a webserver you don't really need one. Then it can just be behind the web proxy like most projects with web servers. You can create a new proxy by clicking in the UI. https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Proxy
This is probably enough for us. We'll probably be starting this up this week.
It sounds like you don't need a quota change, so I'm closing this for now. Feel free to open a quota request if you turn out to really need the IP -- I suspect you'll find the proxy system better though :)