Using NWSGI to run Django on IronPython opens up some interesting possibilities, such as using ASP.NET's caching, session, or authentication systems for Django. I imagine any ASP.NET shop spent time configuring their ASP.NET providers for those systems, and I thought it would be interesting to see if that effort could be used for Django apps as well, and it certainly looks like they can.
A demo version of django-aspnet is now available. I'll expand on the details later, but for now: set the *_BACKEND variables in settings.py to point to these modules (they must be on the Python path). All other configuration settings for the Django apps are ignored; you must use Web.config to configure them, like any ASP.NET app.
Some parts are still missing, but the basic functionality seems to work.