For anyone who is interested...
I have just released the alpha of NCLDR, an open source port of CLDR for .NET developers. As you may know the .NET Framework has similar functionality to CLDR in the System.Globalization namespace but CLDR supports more cultures and more data for each culture than .NET. So NCLDR brings these cultures and this data to the .NET Framework.
All the details are at http://www.ncldr.com
including a number of videos.
I would be very interested to receive any feedback on any part of NCLDR.
Looks like some really good work! Can't wait to try it out.
Perhaps a minor comment on terminology: I think of CLDR as a repository (data) and a process (how the data got there), containing data in LDML format (spec, by Unicode TR#35). So NCLDR seems to be an "implementation" of CLDR rather than what I would think of as a "port" of code from CLDR.