Stack Overflow does its best to be an aggregate of all programming questions that the "community can edit through wiki."
What you are asking for is an aggregate of the aggregate; the important things; just the "good stuff." But what is important to you would almost certainly be missing what was important to me. That's why we have all this voting, and tags, and all that other search stuff... to help you cull through the piles of text to find "the good stuff" of interest to you.
If you are truly looking for a community consensus, look to the Questions
hot tabs. That's what the community has deemed "most interesting" en masse. I'm sure that's not really what you are looking for. So....
What you really want is a way to mark special pages that you find interesting. How about Stack Overflow favorites , browser bookmarks, social bookmarking (Delicious, StumbleUpon), etc? Unfortunately, nobody can do that for you.
If you feel that your best-of collection is of general interest to a particular group of users, publish it in a blog or add it to one of those online social bookmarking sites. I don't see any realistic way for Stack Overflow to bless some group of post as "the official aggregate."