From Gnash Project Wiki
There are several ways in which you can help the Gnash project. The WaysToHelp page discusses several of them. In order to follow the progress of Gnash, you should request membership in the Gnash Developer's List and the Commit List by applying at:
You should also apply for an account on savannah.gnu.org by applying for an account here (if you do not already have one):
Developers should consider using the applications listed on the Tools page.
Links to general reference information, such as important books and websites, are available on the Reference page.
Notes for various ActionScript Objects are included on the following pages:
The MemoryManagement page discusses memory management considerations when working with an ActionScript interpreter.
The existing notes on building Gnash for various operating systems are available below:
- Building on Debian
- Building on Mac OS X
- Building on Hardy Heron
- Building Ubuntu HEAD packages
- Building on Open SUSE 10.3
- Building on Windows
The following pages also provide information related to building Gnash:
BuildMatrix - Similar to a compatibility list, this page lists the architecture/OS combinations on which Gnash has run successfully.
BuildSizes - This page lists the memory footprint of standalone Gnash.