Since I lack a means of procrastinating, I fired up my development VM and went right back to work on the new-new-new (we've got about 6) admin panel for MumbleDog. We're writing it in Python, and for the most part I'm really enjoying it. I'm getting the hang of test-driven development, and the tests I've been writing as I hack different features together have already found countless bugs that I'd have missed (and probably wouldn't have been fixed until one of our beta testers complained).
I have a few other things I'd like to do - the primary thing I'd really like to do is have any attempts to commit stuff to the master branch in git fail if any of the tests fail. It shouldn't be hard to do, I just haven't gotten around to it.