Deanna of OpenBSD complimented the Gnash configuration: http://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article&sid=20061229112938
I don't really mean to condemn anyone here. I have no right to complain about what's given freely, and if porting were simple and mindless, it wouldn't be any fun. The time I spent working on Gnash made it very clear to me how hard it is to write portable code -- it seemed like those guys committed as many autoconf macros as they did actual program source. The resulting configure script was 1.5MB (!) and it runs on everything from IRIX to RISC OS to Haiku. But that's way above and beyond what we need to make a decent port. The challenge isn't people who don't write for OpenBSD, it's the ones who go to the other extreme by writing OS-specific code which locks us out.