Very simple OpenBSD console wireless connection manager.
Store your usually used network configs inside a simple config file and save yourself typing by connecting to your wlan by issuing ./wireless network-name inside your console. Wireless will issue the right ifconfig commands to setup your connection and then get an IP address via DHCP.
Installation: cp wireless /usr/local/bin/ cp wireless.cfg /etc/
Usage: lists all wireless networks configured inside your config ./wireless
connects to network-name as long as it was found inside your config and is in range ./wireless network-name
Want to see more on how it works? http://www.bsdguides.org/2012/a-simple-console-wireless-network-manager-for-openbsd/