This went together pretty quickly. I have a local version tested and working from both directions. I can push messages in from the database side via a stored procedure and also from the .NET world. All that is left is to fork NServiceBus-Contrib and get the code into that solution structure and figure out how to build it. It's using Ruby/rake which I've never used before, but the format seems simple enough.
After that work is done, it's back to getting the 3.0 branch to function. I'll need to work on the serialization issues with the headers, hopefully that is not a big deal. I'll be sure to include all the SQL scripts I used to setup and test the transport.
During our implementation of NSB, we came across many times where we had to customize NSB to do various things. I'm thinking the next series will be on all the ways you can customize and extend NSB.