As far as I understand on Stack Overflow and Code Review, only smaller amounts of code are posted. It is expected to post the code there, and a whole project is way too much for one question.
On a more complex project, a local password storage (encrypted file database, leveraging lots of security techniques), I want to get feedback. How can I publish the whole project to achieve constructive feedback?
I thought about a Codeplex, Sourceforge or GitHub project. Perhaps a CodeProject article is best, but I think that is better written by extreme specialists.
Perhaps starting a blog is a way, but I think that this would not attract much audience.
What would be a good way?
From this article, another question comes up:
Which license is best used to publish it, make it available for usage (with authorization maybe) and achieve comments from the public?
Right now, as this is the third time asking that question (immediately closed on Stack Overflow and migrated to Code Review), I don't think I can even attract much attention on that question. Is it best to resign from that?