Since DotNetNuke (DNN) has introduced localization features, its popularity in Western European countries has significantly increased. This is based on observation from our sales and email inbox. Since its inception, DNN has been a mostly Anglophonic affair given the fact that all documentation and administration was English. The introduction of static localization allowing the translation of the management engine has changed this. It is now possible to roll out websites that are completely non-English.
However, one final hurdle remains: to be able to have truly multilingual sites. The current (3.1) DNN framework will allow for monolinguistic non-English sites, but not multilingual ones. The ability to have multilingual sites is especially important in countries that have more than one official language. Amongst these is , the country where Bring2mind is based.