I haven't done nearly as much with Ravelry as I would like (that little thing about no happy computer), but it took me a ridiculous amount of time to log in. It's not their fault. I have two standard user names (well, there are more, but they are work-like rather than fun) and about 10 standard passwords. I kept trying different combinations, and eventually I got in!
I'm looking for something to do once I have finished the Fiery Bolero, which if I find some stitch holders should be next week, but if I don't will be mid-July. There are a lot of other projects which I need to find some time to work on, but that (and Sockapaloooza) is the big one. I need to pull my sock pal yarn off the tall shelf and start the intended socks. They won't be Bakerloos, because I'm pretty sure that even making them to foot circumference (rather than smaller than foot circumference like you normally would for socks) will make them hard to put on. I will take a picture with the sock on my foot (minus heel and toe, which I was going to do at the end for both socks), so I can demonstrate how much fun it would be to put these on for someone else. Urk!
Of course, brainylady is talking about the Josephine Top, and I can feel this desire to move it up the queue. Not that it is the only project I want to do. I'll see when I finish one of my older projects. Yum! (I also got a gift certificate for Windsor Button - in case I want to do another attempt at Bakerloos or buy enough yarn for either the Keyhole or Josephine tops).