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OSS point-of-sale systems?

From: "Meredith L(dot) Patterson" <mlp(at)thesmartpolitenerd(dot)com>
To: SF PostgreSQL <sfpug(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: OSS point-of-sale systems?
Date: 2007-01-19 19:19:26
Message-ID: 45B119BE.8090409@thesmartpolitenerd.com (view raw or flat)
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Hi all,

Since we had such good luck with the Vonage question, I figured I'd try
another somewhat off-topic question. ;) A friend of a friend back in
Iowa is currently running a small retail store off a decrepit, DOS-based
point-of-sale system which is no longer supported by its
(out-of-business) manufacturer. The store owner would like to move to
Windows XP (yeah, yeah, I know...) and is looking for a well-supported
replacement for his POS system.

SourceForge lists a number of possibilities, but I don't have much
information beyond that. Does anyone here have any experience with an
open-source POS system (perhaps backed by Postgres?) that they can
recommend?

Cheers,
--mlp

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