In Johnson v. Kraft Foods, the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas recently determined that a request for production of "electronic databases" was not too vague. Courtesy of the Electronic Discovery Law Blog, which also has a link to the full decision, the court reasoned in support of granting a motion to compel e-discovery,  that the requesting party defined the terms, and also noted that definitions were also available from a glossary provided by the Sedona Conference, a working group analogous to a think-tank that has produced much scholary and  forward-thinking work on many aspects of e-discovery. A link to their glossary of terms is also available at the above blog post.