The power of community

Hello, what’s up?

I’m so happy to announce that  I talked about all I’ve learned in my internship with OpenStack in two events. My internship finished but not my contributions.

  1. ARGCONF  at RedHat Arg


I joined vkmc in her talk about The power of community. This was my first talk ever so I was an important experience for me.

I talked about the contribution workflow. Since this could be a bit confused for incoming people It’s cool to add this topic.  Workflow, and conventions are still an issue for me in such a bit community, but luckily it’s easy to find help.

Slides Argconf here

2. LinuxChixArg meetup

The most shocking of the meetup was that @stringarray an ex-outreachy intern attended!! She join us and talked about her experience working with Gnome 6 years ago.

We gave an especial place to Outreachy this time, talking about our experiences and time working on the internship. I hope attends enjoyed the meet as much as I did. We try to share of motivation with FOSS every day.


@cynpy shared our next events project: PyCon Argentina.


Something else?


I also join #OutreachyChat to advice applicants for the incoming round of Outreachy😀


What’s next?

I’ll attend to OpenStack Summit Barcelona (24th-29th October)!! I can’t wait for it.

I ‘ll also attend to PyCon Ireland!


Working in my first RBD bug

The cinder manage command it’s only for independent rbd volumes. However, manage an already-managed volumes is allow by the api and there’re not exception raised.

When you try to manage an already-managed volume, you received an unhandled error: ‘UnboundLocalError: local variable ‘rbd_image’ referenced before assignment’

How to reproduce:
1)Create a volume:
‘cinder create 1 –name vol1’
2) try to manage the volume (you can check the host with ‘cinder show <vol1’s ID>’):
cinder manage <vol1’s host> <vol1’s ID>
3) On the c-vol you can appreciate the unhandled error.
When this happens the RBD driver should handle the error.

The RBD driver should catch the exception and show a custom message notifying the user.

So, trying to handle the problem inside the rbd driver.

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