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On Sun, Jun 24, 2018 at 11:13 PM, Graeme Fitzpatrick <graemefitz1 at gmail.com>
> In Australia at least, these sort of "shops" are frequently located in a
> kiosk in the middle of a shopping centre, where they repair shoes, cut
> keys, do engraving, replace watch & remote batteries etc.
Around here they tend to be actual shops, and not part of a franchise.
Often they are gift shops or some other type
of shop that also offer shoe repairs, engraving, key cutting, changing
watch batteries, replacing watch straps, etc.
> How would you map something like that?
Map it as the main shop type and ignore the rest. Or use
semicolon-separated values in the shop=, with the
main shop type first. Or map each function as a node in a different place
in the building.
There's no good way of doing it, just various bad ways with different
advantages and disadvantages.
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