There's only been one such question so far, but, depending on weather this question is accepted as a good one or not, it could set up future standards for the site, so I feel it is important:
There is a small part of the question in English, which actually sounds partially interesting to me. But then, there's a big chunk of French!
I sometimes come to this site to read up on life in Academia and inform myself about how things work where I'm not. I do participate a little, but much, much more, I read the questions and answers that seem interesting.
Seeing this question, I couldn't help but feel just a little bit disappointed. There's this question, that might be nice, but I'm missing half of it. Seeing what Google Translate does to it just makes it more disappointing.
And then, there's this two interesting answers, on which I do not want to vote, because I do not know if they are relevant.
As it could determine a future standard (accept or not questions in other languages), I think it is important that there's an discussion within the community.