The W3C Glossary system  has been used over the past 7 years to
collect and publish various definitions spread across W3C specifications
and other documents.
But this tool has lacked proper maintenance for quite a few years, and
never went through the additional features originally planned, such as
allowing to maintain a common set of translations for terms used across
As a result, I have stopped the underlying software behind that tool,
while keeping on-line the archived copy of the latest known state of the
I'm also planning on closing that mailing list in the weeks to come,
unless I hear anybody interested in keeping it for related discussions.