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1. Make an article [backlog], edit an article, categorize an article, or save one from deletion.
2. Review an article [backlog] or a user [backlog].
3. Collaborate to improve a specific interest on a WikiProject with other editors.
4. Review an article for good article status [backlog] or rescue a featured article from being delisted.
miranda is a user on English Wikipedia since January 14, 2007, where she is most active. She is not an administrator, but is a trusted copyeditor with rollback. Twinkle and huggleless, she has contributed good and featured content, made many many graphics, reviewed some articles, and designed Neil's awesome page and a RFA thanks template. A lover of society and ANTM (not drama), she participates in topics related to her interests and uploads many famous (and non-famous) pictures to Wikimedia Commons, a free media resource. Nearly (or barely) active with all of the projects presented by the Wikimedia Foundation, she is an exopedist Frequently speaking her mind when issues matter the most, she is the epitome of coolness. Other than being an avid Simpsons fan and an expert scrapbooker, her interests are random. Her contributions are under CC-BY-SA 3.0, and her sock's name is adnarim. If you have any questions for her, leave a comment by clicking new section on her talk page or via e-mail.
Your success in this world is determined by which of those ends you use the most.
— Austan Goolsbee, President Barack Obama's economic adviser,
at a commencement speech for the University of Chicago in 2006. 
WikiProject Good Articles - GA Cup
WikiProject Good articles is holding a new competition, the GA Cup, from October 1, 2014 - March 28, 2015. The Cup will be based on reviewing Good article nominations; for each review, points will be awarded with bonuses for older nominations, longer articles and comprehensive reviews. All participants will start off in one group and the highest scoring participants will go through to the second round. At the moment six rounds are planned, but this may change based on participant numbers.
Some of you may ask: what is the purpose for a competition of this type? Currently, there is a backlog of about 500 unreviewed Good article nominations, almost an all time high. It is our hope that we can decrease the backlog in a fun way, through friendly competition.
Everyone is welcome to join; new and old editors! Sign-ups will be open until October 15, 2014 so sign-up now!
If you have any questions, take a look at the FAQ page and/or contact one of the four judges.
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