Myself, I like to. Hopefully I wrote the post title properly, because I wish I could read Francais as well. Nicolas Dessaux has finished his French language version of D&D, titled Epées & Sorcellerie, from John Adams and crew at Brave Halfling Publishing. It is available, for now according to BHP, in a print on demand format through Lulu, and as a free PDF from the same online company. I assume this means BHP will offer their own print version in the near future. Here's a link to the announcement.
Monsieur Dessaux is also known around these parts as Snorri. I have a great appreciation of some of the observations Snorri has made in regard to D&D, some of which have been shared here at Ye Auld Grog & Blog, and others you might find at the famous ODD74 forum. Nicolas also runs the Wizard in a Bottle site devoted to his publication.
Here's a quote, I've no idea exactly what it says but it looks very important.
Epées & Sorcellerie est un jeu de rôle inspiré des règles et de l’ambiance du premier jeu de rôle publié par Dave Arneson & Gary Gygax en 1974, jamais éditées en Français. Il peut s’employer comme un retour aux sources du jeu de rôle, mais a été conçu de façon à permettre de jouer dans n’importe quel univers Sword& Sorcery.I'm going to order the Lulu PoD version just because. I can't read it, but I sure as hell think Snorri deserves a big fat clap on the back for spreading some old school love.
~Sham, Quixotic Referee