Really the closest that you can get is Wikipedia or the right kind of search in Google Scholar. The community needs tools to establish or recognize consensus, which of course is an open-ended problem. These tools, while they are certainly far from perfect, are the best tools that exist. If you did embark on a project to document standards, that could be a great thing to do, but it would probably eventually be co-opted by Wikipedia.
When I think about quantum algebra, a topic which is notorious for "notation sprawl", I use Wikipedia and Google Scholar. The more traditional method is follow a few respected papers and textbooks, and this is also still reasonable.