Even creating a glossary is no small task. Someone has to take responsibility for the project and bring it to fruition. I happen to have a fairly elaborate system of bookmarks to help me find things--which I used to respond to your earlier post. I also use the search feature on the site almost daily to find answers to my own questions. Too often, it is far easier for someone to just open a new thread to ask a question that has been asked and answered ten times before. That's how you can end up with ten threads on the same subject. Hopefully, the glossary will reduce that practice.
Also, I think Randy's idea to reorganize the content of the site has been a great one and a big help, not only for new members but for everyone else also. It's far easier now to find particular topics and answers to questions by just looking at the threads under each subtopic. There are now fewer such threads to wade through than under the former system of organizing topics. The new system is also less susceptible to messages being posted in the wrong places.