Let's say that I have a working Pythagorean triple generator for all integers greater or equal to 3. It generates primitive and non primitive pairs, and it's a one variable equation having to do with elements of the a term in a right triangle, not a case by case problem. I would post it here, but I would like to get credit for making it, and am afraid someone will take it. If I have something like this, would others consider it useful, and if so, what should I do with it?
Regarding credit: Unfortunately (for you), generating pythagorean triples— primitive or otherwise— is a very well-studied problem, and it's unlikely that what you have is new. [It maybe goes without saying, but for completeness: the Wikipedia page does not represent a comprehensive list of methods known for generating triples.]
At best, you may have an algorithmic improvement; that is, your method may be able to generate the first $n$ triples (ordered by norm or something) faster than other methods. But I couldn't find the state of the art on this kind of problem with a simple google result, and so you're not going to know if this is the case for your method without (1) a serious analysis of your own method, and (2) a nontrivial literature search.
[ Or, of course, you could outsource that work (e.g. to MSE), but for that you would need to provide at least a technical description of your method, and it seems like you are not willing to do this. ]