I think that it's good to allow people to make their posts in their native language.
However, for archiving purposes, it would be good if the posts are retitled in english (though the contents kept in their original language).
An alternative to this is setting up areas for different languages.
Perlmonks is an international community, so we should make as much of an effort as possible to allow people using other languages to get involved.
"For fate which has ordained that there shall be no friendship among the evil has also ordained that there shall ever be friendship among the good." - Plato / Socrates
Update: removed inappropriate comment
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