Does LiveWhale have foreign language support?
We are very committed to avoiding software bloat in the service of winning the feature war— as a result, our CMS starts with a basic (but quite complete) set of features, and as additional features are requested by its users, we consider and add them on that basis. Language support is a perfect example.
Since we use the open source WYSIWYG editor TinyMCE for all our stylable text fields (the content of news items and such, in addition to basic page editing), we can handle any kind of content that TinyMCE can handle. There are plenty of language packs available for Tiny that we’d be more than happy to integrate into an installation of LiveWhale.
Because LiveWhale already supports Unicode, many foreign alphabets can be used in text fields. (This question itself was entered using LiveWhale. 한국어로 입력할 수, 예를 들면.)
If modifications to the CMS are necessary beyond simply adding language support to the editor (for example, we might want to associate particular groups or specific users with language packs), we’d add whatever extra code is needed, either in a specific installation for your institution or (more likely) as a plugin for LiveWhale that other clients might use.