After translating some other programs, I decided it would be nice to help translate SquirrelMail to a new language. However, I've found severe difficulties in doing so. Once I've got the translation file, there's no idea about where to send it.
1. The fastest, easiest way to submit a translation file would be by e-mail. But there's no e-mail address. Not at sourceforge.net, nor at squirrelmail.org. No e-mail addresses are available for submitting translations, or for any other purpose. There just aren't any.
2. There's no clear indication what to do. The SquirrelMail Translator's Manual just says: "Submission. Send the language to the mailing list for inclusion with the official SquirrelMail package." What list? There's no link. There's no name mentioned either.
3. Then you learn that in order to make any contact, you must have an account at sourceforge.net. I find that to be discouraging. Everywhere at Internet they force you to create an account.
4. Well then, you create the account, you browse the SquirrelMail project site at sourceforge.net, you click in the "Mailing Lists" and select squirrelmail-i18n. You should pretty much be there at last. And what do you find? "Email Archive: squirrelmail-i18n (read-only)" Read-only! You still cannot submit anything!
5. Finally, after browsing the SquirrelMail project site at sourceforge.net for a time, you arrive to the Tracker section, and find there's a tracker for Internationalization, and there's the place people seem to use in order to post their translations. Congratulations, your quest for submitting your translation is over - if you made it this far.