I think the lack of internationalization seriously limits the interest of your product outside English natives countries.
Many people out there are not comfortable with an English UI (will they think they have to write in English?). Moreover, it would feels weird to me to add an English only feedback portal to my product when the rest of it is in French only (because all my users are French) or already localized into several languages (why the feedback portal wouldn't be then).
I agree with what's been said 2 years ago: it's not a big deal if the admin is in English only. But the user facing UI should be translated, as my users won't let feedback in English.
I also can contribute.
Translations are always difficult to deal with but you don't have to translate everything in a first place. You can bring the public interface in French and let administration panel and emailing in English per example, which isn't a big deal in general.
I can contribute too to the translation. :)
I can contribute to the translation from English to French!
@Andrew Rasmussen: Although I don't like it, I totally understand, having to deal with the same kind of compromises myself ;) I simply hope you grow fast then :p
Hey @Aymeric Bouzy! We definitely want to offer translations, but aren't there yet. It'd slow us down quite a bit because we wouldn't be able to launch new features without translating them first.
There's also quite a bit of content in emails and notifications that would need to be translated.
As you can see on our languages board (https://feedback.canny.io/languages) there isn't a ton of demand for internationalization yet. When that changes, we'll definitely put it on the roadmap.