I love Views. For those who don’t know it; it’s basically a visual query builder that you want to use in every Drupal project. You might use it to create listings of content, commens, users, and what not. Add arguments, filters, sorts, a search box… you name it. Views can do anything! Well, almost anything.
When I recently joined Scott Reynen as maintainer of the @font-your-face module (blog post), one of the first tasks on my list was to enable site builders to save their font settings using Features. For those not known with Features; it’s a module that saves database settings (views, content types, variables etc) to code.
Drupal offers great multilanguage possibilities for your website. Drupal core already offers a way to translate the website interface AND your content (nodes) in multiple languages. Enabling multiple languages is a piece of cake and translating content is made very simple. However, you need to perform some extra tricks to get the full interface translated. For example: you might want to translate your taxonomy terms and your menu items as well. Or, also very common, using some blocks or menu-items just for a single language only.