I don't have any objections to what you are trying to do and actually think your idea is good if it benefits members here on the forum.
As for my experiments on this forum though, most of them started at home and then transferred over to a commercial oven and a commercial mixer, so I don't think most of my experiments and later some successful pizzas would help a home pizza maker very much. To give you an example about using some of my formulations in my home oven, I would not get the same results that I do when using my Baker's Pride oven. I even fiddle around with temperatures in that oven all the time and what I find is interesting only to me. I still haven't found the perfect pizza, or formulation to bake in that oven. It is a continuing journey for me. To add to what I just posted, the variables of mixing in different kinds of mixers, mix times, mixing ingredients sequences, final dough temperatures, flours, formulations, forming dough balls, stretching abilities, etc. can only add to confusion for a home pizza maker, unless they are willing to do the experiments and learn from there. I also have been lucky to have access to professional flours, sauces and cheeses to play around with in my experiments, which most home pizza makers don't have access to.
As for new members that come here just for recipes and then quickly leave without any photos or them telling about their pizzas, why give them easier access to everything in one place. They don't really contribute anything meaningful to the forum either in my opinion. I for one believe in doing the experiments then posting about them. It is in those experiments and also experiments by other members that is where everyone learns, plus the guidance of other forum members on what to try if something goes wrong.
I haven't even tried some of the great pizza formulations some members set-forth. There is a wealth of great formulations and final pizzas on this forum by many members. One thing I really don't understand is how you will find the best formulations among all that is here.
Maybe I really don't really understand what you want to accomplish.