In one of Gigili's answers, I realized that we haven't really talked about the best way to cite sources. I believe we need a clear, strong, common way to cite sources.
Islam is pretty vast; we already have sunni vs. shia vs. sufi vs. ahmadi sources cited across the site. That's okay, because we want to see what different groups say about different issues.
As an end-user, readers want to understand (if it matters) who's perspective they're reading. Therefore, I advocate a clear citation like:
I advocate a similar style for hadith -- quote and link to the collection at least (eg. Bukhari, book of X). Mention the collection, so readers know whether it's a Sunni collection like Bukhari or a shia/etc. collection.
Also, when you quote imams, you may need to mention who he is for the benefit of some readers. I assume this will be a judgment call; Google is always your friend.
Again, the goal is clarity and consistency. If someone has a better approach, I'd love to hear it.