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About me


Welcome to my personal page. My name is Marcus Moeller. I was born in September 1976 in Germany and live in Switzerland these days.

I am an active member of the Swiss Ubuntu LoCo team and regularly organize Ubuntu events.

Contact Information


  • 20131207 Manage Re-Approval of the Swiss LoCo Team

  • 20130504 Organized Ubucon 13 in Zurich

  • 20121213 Represented Ubuntu at the Open Source for Startups event

  • 20121204 Showed off the new features of Ubuntu 12.10 on Open Tuesday in Zurich

  • 20120428 Organized Ubucon 12 in Winterthur

  • 20111020 First Regional Contact cleanup

  • 20111006 Established Marketing Material management

  • 20110914 Updated the Swiss team Wiki start page to make it look fancier and neat

  • 20110615 Coordinated re-approval of the Swiss LoCo team

  • 20110408 Organized GNOME 3 Release Party in Zurich

  • 20110401 Organized Ubuntu Global Jam 2011 in Zurich

  • since 2011 Ubuntu Swiss team LoCo lead, responsible for Media and Marketing Material management in Switzerland

  • 20100917 Organized FrOSCamp 2010

  • 20071125 Published first lincomp hardware documentation in the ubuntuusers wiki

  • 20070901 Founded lincomp, a business that sells Ubuntu certified Notebooks and Computers

  • since 2006 Supporting people with their Ubuntu problems


Plans for my future contributions to Ubuntu:

  • Strengthen the Swiss Ubuntu community
  • Organize Ubuntu related events in Switzerland


Note: This section is for existing Ubuntu members to leave testimonials.

If you know me and my contributions to the Ubuntu community, it would be kind if you could leave a nice comment here.

Ralf Hersel (Nov. 2013)

I know Marcus since 2012 as an active member of the open source community. He has an excellent technical knowledge of several Linux distributions and applications. Due to his longtime contribution to the community he is very well known in Switzerland and Germany. I always enjoyed to work with Marcus because of his know-how and his reliability.

Pascal Mages (November 2013)

I don't remember when exactly I met Marcus, but I remember that since then I have always seen him active in the free and open source community (not just in Ubuntu). A few years ago I helped organising the FROSCAMP which was initiated by Marcus. It was a pleasure working with him. He is also very active in promoting FOSS at ETH Zürich and probably one of the most visible open source guys in Switzerland.

Bruno Roost (November 2013)

First time i heard from Marcus as an organiser of the FROSCAMP 2010. Since 2012 i know him in person and have to full agree to Ralfs comment. Marcus, in my opinion, has an excellent knowledge of Linux (and its distributions). He is very dedicated to Free Software/Systems and a real asset to the FOSS Community.

Hassan aka. WaVeR (15th Nov. 2013)

Marcus is one of the most active member in our LoCo Team. He organized/participated to our events. He was doing a good job as a contact of our LoCo Team. He'll again take back the responsability as a LoCo Contact and he'll help our LoCo Team to bypass the language border that we have in Switzerland. As official Ubuntu member and as team owner of our LoCo Team, I give my voice for Marcus and I highly recommend his approval as an Ubuntu member.

Lucas Betschart (November 2013)

Marcus is one of the most well known person in the Swiss FOSS community for his work in the several FOSS projects and building Open Source communities in Switzerland. He's a man with very strong principles regarding Freedom of Speech and Free Software. He attended and organized nearly every monthly Ubuntu meetup we had since 2010, which proves that he's very reliable. A vote for Marcus is a vote for a more open world ;D

Torsten Franz (Ubuntu Member, Loco Contact Germany)

I have worked together with Marcus to cooperate with Ubuntu events and he was always ready to help over the border from Switzerland to Germany. He is one of the first contacts when I want to call somebody in the Switzerland. I know that he is in many FOSS projects and Ubuntu is one of his passions. I'd like to see when he gets an Ubuntu member cause he represents Ubuntu and the FOSS community in a good way.