I am a…
- Master of Science in Internet of Things (MSc IoT) at University of Southampton.
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (and Technology) (BSc CS) at Beijing Normal University - Hong Kong Baptist University United International College (BNU-HKBU UIC).
- (Not-very-active) Developer at Anthon Open Source Community (AOSC).
- HAM (amateur radio operator), level A (elementary), callsign BI7PXN.
Blog posts are in English or Chinese, depending on my mood.
GPG / PGP
I have switched my PGP key to a newly generated
ed25519 / cv25519 one, and I’m applying some best practices I learned after I’ve created my last PGP key.
My old key:
42F6 3E9D 68B9 884B 414D 4185 1029 4E7C 4008 E282, has been revoked.
- My new key:
E6C7 4782 A1FB EE74 1D09 885F D274 286F 672C 800A.
Subkey usage explanation:
ed25519/ABDA5B82F36D3DB2 2019-10-19 [S]: main signing key. Located in an air-gapped machine. Not really used.
cv25519/1B318A5615C632D0 2019-10-19 [E]: main encryption key. Located in an air-gapped machine. Not really used.
rsa2048/943D73C9AD8AFB50 2019-10-19 [S]: On-card signing key. Located in a smart card (Yubikey 4; it’s
rsa2048because Yubikey 4 doesn’t support 25519). Used to sign Git commits and emails on various devices.
If you have signed on my old key, you can trust my new key since I’ve signed it with my old key in prior to the revocation. (Unfortunately this process is still not a best practice!)
You can contact me over:
- Email: lmy441900 at …
- live dot com: personal
- aosc dot io: work, AOSC, and development related
- Radio: QSO: 147.950 MHz / 430.050 MHz; FM