These pages will detail the TameScheme language itself, focussing on extensions to the R5RS specification. At present, the language itself is underdeveloped, so there's not a lot of interest here yet.
The current revision of TameScheme implements 'if' as a syntactical element and '+' as a function, in addition to a mostly complete parser. There's a simple test program that you can enter expressions into using these constructs. While this is currently a very small subset of scheme, it serves to test the framework on which the rest of the language will be based.
Once the R5RS specification is complete, or mostly complete, it is my intention to add .NET specific extensions to scheme. Initially, these will allow creation and manipulation of .NET objects, but the intention is to eventually add a compiler capable of producing .NET classes.