One of Movable Type's less-trumpeted features is its ability to support localization, which lets you download a language pack in order to display the user interface in your language of choice. Like all of our features, localization shows how much Movable Type is improved by the contributions of our user community, as dozens of translators from around the world have contributed to the language packs that are now available.
We're committed to making our tools as language-neutral as possible, and as we work to make sure every possible language gets first-class support, we thought we'd draw some attention to our little-known localization weblog. On the weblog, you can find instructions on how to contribute to a language pack, how to organize a translating effort, and some documentation on what steps are required to complete a language pack.
And, if you're just interested in trying out a new language for your Movable Type interface, you can simply follow the language pack installation instructions. We've already got 11 languages completely translated and available for you to download now, and there are efforts underway to add support for everything from Galician to Urdu. If you're bilingual and want to help out the Movable Type community, take a look!