Cooperative site development with contributions from international collaborators is not uncommon amongst the members of the Textpattern CMS community.
Off the shelf, Textpattern CMS operates a site in one of the 40+ languages it supports and uses this i18n setting for both the publicly visible front-end and the administrative back end as well. In a multilingual development team, this forces a usability hurdle upon the more forgiving members of the team as they have to bear an eventually undecipherable backend interface.
wet_native lifts this restriction and lets administrators assign a distinct admin-side language to each registered user.
Get it here: wet_native.txt.
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|2009-04-28||0.2.1||Initial public release|
|2009-04-30||0.3||Compliance with r3188|
|2013-05-16||0.4||Compatibility with Textpattern 4.5+ and PHP 5.2+|