Like many others I have been playing with IronPython since its release. Not having really used python before I find it interesting, at least, but it doesn't look like I will stop using C# as my preferred language anytime soon. I am just very happy that people who have wanted a really dynamic language on mono/.NET now have one. It is one less excuse in the world for not using mono.
Last week I got interested in watching the convention, which is the first time I had really paid attention to politics in quite a while. I am looking forward to the republican one so I can choose between two parties that I see no advantage in supporting one over the other.
For the people that are interested, the next Gtk# release should have a significant amount more of documentation. Not as good as it needs to be, but much better. It would be wonderful if more people spent just a _little_ bit of time to document something. If there has been something preventing or stopping you from doing this, contact me and let me know firstname.lastname@example.org or mono-docs-list if you prefer that.