Wow, all those dead languages are quite impressive.
How much Old English do you know already? Do you already have resources for learning that dialect (or any) of Middle English, or do you have any in mind?
I too like Gothic a lot, and it really sucks that the only big text we have is a crappy translation of the bible.
If you'd like some Old Irish materials, I have 4 PDFs I could send to you: Concise Old Irish Grammar and Reader, Introduction to Old Irish, A Grammar of Old Irish, and A First Old Irish Grammar and Reader (which includes an intro to Middle Irish
And I'm just going to post what I did on Unilang yesterday. It's less likely to change every couple days
Norwegian: I'll speak it at a low to mid-advanced level by the end of 2010, if that's not possible, summer 2011.
German: I really want to learn German, and I eventually will, but at the present time I am completely unable to remember verb conjugations and noun genders and plurals, so in several years I would like to start over, but not until I speak Norwegian well.
By 2020: Speak Norwegian, Irish (or whatever language Tyler and I finally decide on learning, which will hopefully be Irish
), and Doric Scots fluently, and low to mid-advanced Japanese, assuming I stick with it after high school.
By 2025: Should be able to speak Japanese and German around fluently by then, and will have moved to Tromsø and started learning Northern Sami.
By 2035: Speak Northern Sami fluently, maybe Dutch, and possibly another language or 2 I may have picked up along the way.