What to do with public key signature

Juergen Bruckner juergen at bruckner.tk
Thu Apr 11 13:00:33 CEST 2019

Hello Chris!

Well I think it is NOT your task to publish this key on a keyserver.
It is the decision of the owner of the key to publis it or not.
So in my opinion the best way is just to sign it and send it back to the

my 2 cents

Am 11.04.19 um 10:57 schrieb Chris Narkiewicz via Gnupg-users:
> 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,
> Chris
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Juergen M. Bruckner
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