In this conversation on the PLT discussion list about PLT and COM, Pedro shared that:
Some time ago I wrote a bridge from PLT to .NET . Unfortunatly bit rot has set in, but if you think it might be usefull I can forward the code. The basic approach was to write a Managed C++ (now days C++/Cli) wrapper that exposed the .NET reflection interface to PLT. You might not need something quite as comprehensive in which case you can just wrap the .NET calls you need with PLT callable C functions.
The paper on the library can be found here here; and the library is attached to this post.
This looks interesting for Windows Schemers who have a combination of need, expertise, and interest.
Ted, seemingly an open-source/Python focused person, shares his thoughts on Lang.NET 2009 here.
The LINQ Project is a codename for a set of extensions to the .NET Framework that encompass language-integrated query, set, and transform operations. It extends C# and Visual Basic with native language syntax for queries and provides class libraries to take advantage of these capabilities.
Leppie has covertly added LINQ support to another language, R6RS Scheme!
Maybe one reason why people love C# so much is that it was influenced by Lisp?
Stranger things have happened.