< Projects | Oxygen | namingSpec Contents 1 Specification compliance of icon names 1.1 Standard FD.o MIME Types 1.2 Icons for Standard MIME Types 1.3 Other MIME types conforming to IANA 1.4 Other MIME types needed for KDE Specification compliance of icon names With MIME types, there is no complete list of icon names in the spec. Therefore, they are divided in categories: Standard FD.o MIME Types This is the complete list in the FD.o spec: application-x-executable OK audio-x-generic OK font-x-generic (valid? font-* is not in IANA.) image-x-generic OK package-x-generic OK (valid? package-* is not in IANA.) text-html OK text-x-generic OK text-x-generic-template Needed text-x-script OK video-x-generic OK x-office-address-book OK x-office-calendar Needed x-office-document OK x-office-presentation Needed x-office-spreadsheet OK These are included in Tango: application-certificate x-office-document-template x-office-drawing x-office-drawing-template x-office-presentation-template x-office-spreadsheet-template It has not yet been determined which Tango icons we will need to use. Icons for Standard MIME Types This is the complete list in the FD.o spec Non-regular files: inode-blockdevice Needed inode-chardevice Needed inode-directory OK inode-fifo Needed inode-mount-point Not needed, because it's not displayed as its own icon inode-socket Not needed (right?) inode-symlink Not needed, because it's not displayed as its own icon Other MIME types conforming to IANA application-xhtml+xml OK text-vcalendar OK text-plain OK Note for IANA conformity, see:  Other MIME types needed for KDE application-x-bittorrent OK application-x-mswinurl OK x-office-contact OK (should be used as "contact" icon, that is, someone != actual user) x-media-podcast -> move to Amarok, or OK Retrieved from "https://techbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Projects/Oxygen/namingSpec/mimetypes&oldid=18883" This page was last edited on 29 December 2007, at 16:29. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.