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JOSM is an extensible editor for OpenStreetMap (OSM) written in Java 8.

Currently it supports loading stand-alone GPX tracks and GPX track data from the OSM database as well as loading and editing existing nodes, ways, metadata tags and relations from the OSM database.

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Getting Started | Help

Ai gasit o eroare ? | Ai o idee ? | Ai o sugestie ?

  • Vă rugăm să raportați orice eroare gasită: Create a new ticket. When reporting a bug, please include the first three blocks of the status report (Help -> Show status report).
  • Discuss ideas and suggestions also in the bug tracker or on the josm-dev mailing list.


  • Utilizează JOSM
    • Report bugs, discuss ideas, think of possible enhancements (see above).
  • Participate in bug tracking
    • Review bugs, up/down vote tickets, find duplicates, test bugs, add more descriptive texts.
  • Correct/update/extend the online help
    • Unify all JOSM-related Wiki pages and join them with the online help.
  • Translate program/documentation.
  • Design fancy new icons.
  • Write code – get the code and write patches …
    • from the official Subversion repository: svn co josm.
    • from the official OSM Subversion repository (including plugins): svn co
    • from the unofficial GitHub mirror: git clone git://
    • See developers guide for build instructions and other details.

This site

  • This site is a combined online help and bug tracking system for JOSM and JOSM plugins.
  • No login is required to use this site (neither for reading nor for changes to wiki or bug tracker).
  • A login has the following advantages:
    • The JOSM applet can store settings on the server.
    • Mail is sent for changes in your own bug tracker tickets. This is possible by entering an e-mail as user name in the tickets, too, but then be aware that the address is openly visible and you are unable to change that later.
    • Page settings are remembered (e.g. input field size and a lot of other stuff).
  • Logins which have no e-mail address or which have not been used at least once are automatically deleted.
  • Logins to edit the OpenStreetMap database are separate from the logins on this server.


  • For problems, ideas, suggestions use the bug tracker.
  • The volunteers creating JOSM can be reached using the josm-dev mailing list.
  • The server running this service is operated by FOSSGIS society.
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