Alright, I've been working a bit on internationalization or multilingual JMule, this includes minor "improvements" to the current English (such as eD2k rather than ED2K). I'm also working on Norwegian Bokmål, and Chinese Traditional.
I realize that Chinese characters probably isn't supported yet, but, China is a very important market to the eDonkey protocol. Firstly, there is some 1.3 billion people in China, in other words, Chinese language is more widely spoken than the English language, and the number of internet connections in China is expanding at a exponential rate. Secondly, for some reason, the Chinese are at a point in time where the Western society was back in 2003, somewhat rubbish connections, lots of inexperienced users, and pretty much every Chinese software have adware. The eDonkey protocol also had it's highlights in that era of time, a time where Gnutella where extremely popular aswell, whereas Bittorrent was still a bit in the shade. There was no Rapidshare, or Megaupload by any means.
Anyway, what I'm trying to say is, the Chinese market is a must have for this project. (Btw, I'm not dissing China here, they are developing very fast)
I have attached the English fix. I'm also working on new icons for JMule, if not to be used in official, atleast as a skin.
Download link: http://hidemyass.com/files/xGbbz/