Well the design of the tutorial part is being worked on.
There was an option to report tutorials which apparently hasn't made it back yet in the design (@Tom).
In the meantime if you feel the need to report a tutorial, send a PM to a moderator (either myself, Arima or linkman2004, we seem to be the most active at the moment).
I know what tutorial you're referring to that lists resources and I'm not sure it's that bad. Sure it seems like a cheap technique to get a bit more rep, it's not that useful, especially if you're familiar with the forums' structure but after all, it's not the end of the world either (as long as the resources linked are valid and not just rip off or whatever).
And as you mentioned too, there are waves of "already answered" questions.
It's kind of common in online communities, and quite common in the forums too. It's more obvious since recently though with the influx of people coming from Steam.
But tbh, a review of tutorials before they are published, it's pretty much unbearable.
We had a review process for games in the arcade, and it resulted in long time for reviews.
I'm afraid it would be the same for tutorials. Sure, "cheap" tuts wouldn't get published, but massive (multi pages) tuts would be long delayed which is not good either.
The idea with tutorials has been so far that the better tutorials would get upvoted and stand in front compared to poor tutorials.
Also, sometimes no matter how poor a tutorial might seem, it actually is helpful to a certain set of people, so it is really hard to judge the quality and efficiency of a tutorial in the end.
The best way to make front to the "how do I" questions that populate the forums is to link to the available/helpful resources. People who do search will finally end on those resources (tuto, manual, etc...) anyway and for others, well at least you're not wasting your time posting yet another big answer.