Fhayashi: any increase in the number of freely accessible commented game is a wonderful asset for the go community. In light of this, let's pick some games that haven't been previously commented on, or at least not commented on in English.
Hu: I think the games should be cream of the crop historical or recent games. Kyu rank games can be dissected in ways that will be illustrative of some aspects of Go, but are not really "reference" games. If the master game series gets going in a good way, it might be useful to start a parallel series of kyu games.
Fhayashi: Games to aspire to vs. games to not aspire to. Either one seems instructive.
Hu: Indeed. I would like to add to my remarks, that seem to discourage reviewing kyu games, to correct that. Anyone who feels like selecting a kyu game to review should start a page about it and a "series" page to collect such reviews together. The series page can be cross-referenced here.
mAsterdam: Maybe the name 'reference game' suggests a level of play which needn't be there. I can't come up with a better name (I tried). Can you?
Grauniad: I support this idea, but I'd like to argue that the commented games should be prepared, or at least made available, as SGF files. It will be more convenient to study such games in SGF than on the Web.
mAsterdam: Luckily we can link to the games played on KGS. Does that mean the games must be available as sgf somewhere - or is there a another way to put up sgf in a place that is reachable for deshi? There is some discussion at SGF at SL discussion.
PurpleHaze: This comment is trivially easy to justify. Besides the obvious that the games take place in public and are recorded by numerous people, this has been litigated on numerous occasions in the chess world.