What to do with public key signature

Chris Narkiewicz hello at ezaquarii.com
Thu Apr 11 10:57:34 CEST 2019

So I received a public key from a party. I verified it and I'm ready to sign it.

What's next step? What should I ideally do with that signature?

1) send back to the key owner hoping that he will publish it to the keyserver?
2) should I just push it to keyserver myself?
3) what if the key owner did not publish his key?

Best regards,
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