I ported these programs to OpenBSD or wrote them for myself. I'll be glad if somebody else will find these programs useful.
Patch to wmmon. You can find wmmon at Tucows or in distfiles at any FreeBSD mirror or take it here. As of November 20, 2000 in the OpenBSD ports.
wmtune-1.1c port. As of March 16, 2001 in the OpenBSD ports.
Patch to Smart Boot Manager. I like it for the ability to boot from CDROM even if the bios doesn't support this option. The Smart Boot Manager requires ucl and nasm to compile.
isapnp-bsd.diff - patch to isapnptools-1.26 which allows to run isapnptools under OpenBSD, NetBSD and FreeBSD. Tested on OpenBSD 3.1-current. Configure with options --disable-realtime --disable-proc --disable-pci.
inetleds - network interface monitor. Incoming and outgoing packets are displayed via keyboard leds. Works under OpenBSD, NetBSD and somewhat ugly under FreeBSD.
FreeBSD driver for SoundForte RadioLink SF64-PCR PCI radiocard. May be compiled as a kernel module or compiled into a kernel. Read the README for known problems.
binary - simple program that shows any number as a hexadecimal, decimal, octal, and binary.
ioports - read and write to ports. Runs under Linux, OpenBSD, NetBSD and FreeBSD.
runq - runs sendmail 8.12 queue. Works only with users of some distinct group - the wheel is default. I use it to run the queue when the dial-up link goes up.
DNS.py - DNS client python module. Right now it's in early alpha stage, many features are missing, runs only on UNIX systems, etc.