I have my first package officially included in fink-unstable, today: lighttpd 1.4.13 (it might take several hours before this link will have information).
Feel free to test it and drop a comment to me :) If you are using unstable distribution, it should be as easy as:
fink selfupdate [to get latest package definitions] fink apropos lighttpd [to list all lighttpd modules which are available] fink install lighttpd [to install lighttpd-server]
This will install and start up the server (if you don’t have some other webserver on port 80). You will be able to add any modules you need after that. I made separate packages for each of the officially-bundled modules + mod_GeoIP + mod_extforward. If you want more â€” just let me know.
Modules-configuration is made similiar to apache2 package. There is mods_available folder and there is mods_enabled folder. To enable the module, you just need to create a symlink.
The only piece of functionality which is not enabled is memcached support (in mod_cml and mod_trigger_b4_dl), as it requires an additional dependency which waits for validation by fink’s moderators.
I am thinking about adding some package to enable lighttpd+mod_fastcgi+php5 setup automatically, but I haven’t figured out how to make it “beautiful enough” :)
For now, php support can be added manually (see corresponding lighttpd docs)
p.s. Yes, I know that 1.4.15 is already out. Unfortunately, it takes some time to pass the initial validation. Updates would be faster, I hope :)