Dynamic Language Runtime announced

As I mentioned previously, Microsoft has announced a Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR), the idea being to enable dynamic languages (e.g. Python, Ruby, etc.) in .NET. Although the site hasn't opened yet, I suspect that you'll be able to download the DLR from the Silverlight community site at http://www.silverlight.net. And CodePlex already has some samples at http://www.codeplex.com/dynamicsilverlight

There is an eWeek interview with former colleague John Lam and Jim Hugunin about the DLR here.