IBM WCM Multilingual framework is already available, and no better WCM Multi-locale delivery approach can raise the bar for its consistency. However although the InfoCenter (or the Wiki) of the framework is rich and has what seems to be steps-like explanation of the framework, I have witnessed that most of WCM developers get lost or find it complex when they try to understand the framework and start applying it into a real-life use cases or match the information in the wiki with what components they should use out of the framework.
The attached document is a concise piece that focuses on a real-life example offering step-by-step hands-on experience for designers and developers, to show how they can match the MLS information in the Wiki with a real business use cases from ground up. The document will also cover additional localization add-ons that can be used for the overall application release within Portal i.e. Text Providers, Locale Plugin, Dot Notation, 'Current Content' / 'Current SiteArea' options in Menus and Navigators, and Creating Localized URLs for Portal Pages.