Before you say wikicha - check it out: http://www.wikicha.com/index.php/Brewing_your_oolong_tea._._.
. And get the preliminaries out of the way - no absolute right way yadda yadda yadda. OK - let's start.
There's lots of bits and pieces here there and everywhere of info on ways to brew tea - and for most teas, adding 1 tsp of leaves for 3 minutes to boiling water is probably a lot more basic than anyone here is looking for since this is a site for obsessive tea people anyways
I assume many people already here have a scale, thermometer and timer, so we can get specific / accurate.
So... is there a particular website that you like that consolidates proper information on brewing tea the gong fu way or euro way or etc? If not, I would think the braintrust here could come up with some ideas...
FAQ... sticky's... ?
It would be nice to have a centralized source of info for us beginners. For instance, I found the common suggestion of 1gm / oz of water to be very helpful getting started. But then it gets confusing when you have a green TKY where brewing should be cooler because it's green, but then knowledgeable sources say to brew it as hot as possible.