I've been a Wikipedian since early 2006, during which time I have been involved in a lot of things, from article writing and new page patrol to OTRS work and non-free content policy enforcement. Currently, I am mostly involved in reviewing high-quality content. I became involved in the WikiCup in 2009, initially as a participant and then as a judge. I was a judge for half of the 2009 competition, and have been a judge throughout the competitions in 2010, 2011, 2012 and so far in 2013. More so than actually judging, the role is about coordination: participants need to be aware of what is going on and how the competition works, updates need to be made, newsletters need to be written, the competition has to be advertised (and sometimes defended), the rules have to be adjusted and clarified as appropriate and so forth. I have overseen (though I am certainly not solely responsible for) a considerable change in feel; the WikiCup effectively started as an edit-count competition, but was expanded to focus on audited content in 2009. Edit counting was lost altogether in 2010, and from 2011, "bonus points" were offered for work on highly important articles. The bonus point system was expanded over the next couple of years, and now plays a more significant part in the competition. The WikiCup format has been adapted for use in specific contexts on the English Wikipedia, as well as being adopted by other language Wikipedias with varying degrees of success.