Funky question. Hopefully this will help clarify.
I am (was) currently looking for a set of the Mishnah Berurah that has been translated into English. I just found this today:
Excuse my ugly link. I just happened to stumble upon zberman while looking at another question (Yay M.Y.!) and decided to explore a little. Very happy about this find.
Now, though I don't mind getting tangled up in the big 'www' until 2am, I would still greatly appreciate a resource that stays up-to date on publishers - big or small - that produce bi-lingual (i.e. English/Hebrew) products or full translations. The idea of a blog came to mind, if anyone is aware of such a miracle. : ) There are a lot of projects like Ohr Olam's Mishnah Berurah or Yalkut Yosef popping up across the globe producing material for English speakers. It would be cool to have a 'go-to' place for info on current and coming works.
Yes, I know this is a bit too convenient. And no, I don't want to rely on English forever. But as it's been said: The answer is always no until you ask.
The other thing I've ran into now a few times, are links to articles, books, etc. in English that are no longer active/connected though the site is still up and running. If that made any sense.
Thank you for sourcing/linking!