Deputy Director and VP of Engineering and Product Development, Wikimedia Foundation
"The whole human memory can be, and probably in a short time will be, made accessible to every individual. (...) It need not be concentrated in any one single place. It need not be vulnerable as a human head or a human heart is vulnerable. It can be reproduced exactly and fully, in Peru, China, Iceland, Central Africa, or wherever else seems to afford an insurance against danger and interruption. It can have at once, the concentration of a craniate animal and the diffused vitality of an amoeba." — H. G. Wells, World Brain, 1937 
Erik Möller has been an active editor of Wikipedia since 2001 and has also contributed to the underlying software, MediaWiki. Before joining Wikimedia as an employee, Erik was a freelance journalist and author (Die heimliche Medienrevolution: Wie Weblogs, Wikis und freie Software die Welt verändern), as well as a manager of wiki-related software development projects. He holds a degree in computer science.
Beyond Wikimedia, he seeks to promote Free Content, Free Software, and balanced intellectual monopoly rights legislation. Until taking the position at the Wikimedia Foundation, Möller lived in Berlin.
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Erik Möller, is the current Deputy Director and Vice President of Engineering and Product Development of the Wikimedia Foundation. Erik is also a former member of the Board of Trustees.
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