I am currently in the middle of the relatively lengthy process of planning to start a (potentially huge) niche community by some time in early 2020. It will need to cater both US-Americans and Germans (sorry, people from other populations!) very specifically, and one would think that this would be a solved problem by 2019. To my surprise, there are not many community software packages which natively support internationalized websites which show different contents (captions, articles and forums) depending on where the user comes from. After several days of investigating my options, I found that Woltlab seems to be the only company which provides that, with several free forums at least having (badly maintained) third-party add-ons for half-hearted incomplete internationalization. Even the popular xenForo does not seem to support this at all. I have read that IP.Suite might be able to provide a similar feature as well, I need to investigate that further. Why is this such an unpopular feature? Are most, if not all, of the largest communities tied to one language (= culture) these days?