Editing Your Own
JOSM (Java OpenStreetMaps) editor is a tool you can use to create your
own maps ( https://josm.openstreetmap.de). This tool allows you to build
your own maps based on data from OpenStreetMaps, other online sources
or your own data. You can make edits, add annotations and upload your
results back on to the OpenStreetMaps server.
There are two ways you can run JOSM. The first is to install it on your
system. If you have it within your package management system, you
may want to install that way so any required dependencies are installed
automatically. For example, the following command will install it on
Figure 1. When you first start JOSM, you get an information panel.