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a cash register, a point of sale, a counter

Thought about marking a point of sale location for a swimming sports center. shop=point_of_sale is what comes to mind but it has not been mapped yet by anybody I know. Has anybody thought about this before? logictheo (talk) 09:33, 14 June 2014 (UTC)

To me, using the shop=* key does not seem good here. shop=point_of_sale would be a shop for "point_of_sale" devices/stuff in coherence to the other shop value. Just coincidentally I mapped a swimming park today and thought of mapping the point of sale too (did not map it in the end). Okay ... what is a good tag for it then? amenity=point_of_sale (similar to the toilets, waste baskets, showers, inside shops/swimming parks...)? Not sure what the best value is. However, a p.o.s. may usually be at the main entrance (entrance=main), so mapping it is not that important. --Aseerel4c26 (talk) 13:14, 14 June 2014 (UTC)