Depends on how you compile audio/audacity. I tried to compile mine with audio/lash, even though it was a broken port. Hunted down lash.py from a Slackware repo, which was a Python27 file, and I was good to goardour is not a replacement for audacity. For me Audacity works as the SoundForge of opensource world and it's so good.
For now I'm just 'pkg install audacity'
I hope maintainer just elect some fork and keep it going. Audacity depends upon some unmaintained ports (sord lv2 sratom suil lilv)
Long life to audacity or whatever name/fork it gets