Only partially ready for consumption. We already found out about which Oxygen icons already conform to the spec, but the ones that don't conform are not yet listed in here, and there's not yet a plan at the moment on how to proceed with those.
Icon names without notes already exist in the freedesktop.org icon naming specification.
about-kde -> help-about-kde ** add-user -> list-add-user ** application-exit OK ark-adddir -> list-add-directory-archive ** ark-addfile -> list-add-file-archive ** ark-delete -> list-remove-file-archive ** ark-extract -> archive-extract * ark-view -> document-preview-archive ** battery-discharging-000 -> status/battery-low-000 ** battery-discharging-020 -> status/battery-low battery-discharging-040 -> status/battery-caution battery-discharging-060 -> status/battery-060 ** battery-discharging-080 -> status/battery-080 ** battery-discharging-100 -> status/battery-100 ** battery-charging-000 -> status/battery-charging-low-000 ** battery-charging-020 -> status/battery-charging-low ** battery-charging-040 -> status/battery-charging-caution ** battery-charging-060 -> status/battery-charging-060 ** battery-charging-080 -> status/battery-charging-080 ** battery-charging-100 -> status/battery-charging-100 ** there's already text-center compfile -> run-build-file ** delete-user -> list-remove-user ** dialog-apply OK * dialog-cancel OK dialog-close OK dialog-error -> status/dialog-error dialog-information -> status/dialog-information dialog-ok OK dialog-warning -> status/dialog-warning document-new OK (or "new-document", wait for the outcome of the discussion) document-open OK (or "open", wait for the outcome of the discussion) document-open-recent OK (or "open-recent", wait for the outcome of the discussion) document-print OK document-print-preview OK document-properties OK document-revert OK document-save OK (or "save", wait for the outcome of the discussion) document-save-as OK (or "save-as", wait for the outcome of the discussion) edit OK * editshred -> edit-delete-shred ** edit-add OK * edit-clear OK (Note: Only in CVS, not yet in 0.8 of the spec.) edit-copy OK edit-cut OK edit-delete OK * edit-find OK edit-paste OK edit-redo OK edit-undo OK edit-user OK ** (In case "edit" is approved.) folder-new OK (or "new-folder", wait for the outcome of the discussion) folder-open -> status/folder-open format-indent-less OK format-indent-more OK format-justify-center OK format-justify-left OK format-justify-right OK format-justify-fill OK format-text-bold OK format-text-italic OK format-text-strikethrough OK format-text-underline OK format-font-size-less OK format-font-size-more OK format-line-spacing-double OK format-line-spacing-normal OK format-line-spacing-triple OK format-text-subscript OK format-text-superscript OK go-bottom OK go-down OK go-first OK go-home OK goto-page -> go-jump go-last OK go-next OK go-previous OK go-top OK go-up OK help-contents OK help-whatsthis -> help-contextual * identity -> contact-new (maybe add a "new" sparkle?) list-add OK list-remove OK mail-delete -> edit-delete-mail mail-forward OK mail-get -> mail-receive * mail-ham -> mail-mark-notjunk mail-message-new OK (or "new-message-mail", wait for the outcome of the discussion) mail-new -> svn rm, in favor of mail-message-new mail-reply-all OK mail-reply-sender OK with the current spec, but in order to enable mail-reply-list, we rather want this to be mail-reply. mail-replylist -> mail-reply-list ** (see above) mail-send OK make-kdevelop -> run-build ** media-eject OK media-playback-pause OK media-playback-start OK media-playback-stop OK media-playlist-clear -> edit-clear-playlist ** media-playlist-refresh -> view-refresh-playlist ** media-record OK media-seek-backward OK media-seek-forward OK media-skip-backward OK media-skip-forward OK newfont -> list-add-font object-rotate-left OK object-rotate-right OK password -> status/dialog-password process-stop OK (Note: Only in CVS, not yet in 0.8 of the spec.) save-all -> document-save-all * (or save-all *, wait for the outcome of the discussion) switchuser -> system-switch-user * system-lock-screen OK system-log-out OK system-run OK (or "run", wait for the outcome of the discussion) system-search OK (suggest to rename to system-find, for consistency) tab-breakoff -> tab-detach * tab-duplicate OK * tab-new -> tab-new-background ** tab-new-raised -> tab-new * tab-remove -> tab-close * (in accordance to window-close) tools-check-spelling OK viewmag1 -> zoom-original view-fullscreen OK view-refresh OK view-restore OK window-close OK (or "close-window", wait for the outcome of the discussion) window-new OK (or "new-window", wait for the outcome of the discussion) zoom-original -> svn rm, or zoom * zoom-best-fit -> zoom-fit-best zoom-in OK zoom-out OK * suggesting this for inclusion into the icon naming specification ** not in the spec, but let's keep it out of there anyways, it's not really suited to be a standard icon
Icons that are in the spec, but not yet in Oxygen's actions/ (after renaming) so they need to be added. Descriptions taken from the specification
address-book-new The icon used for the action to create a new address book. (or "new-address-book", depending on the outcome of the discussion.) appointment-new The icon used for the action to create a new appointment in a calendaring application. (or "new-appointment", depending on the outcome of the discussion) document-page-setup The icon for the page setup action of a document editor. edit-find-replace The icon for the find and replace action. edit-select-all The icon for the select all action. format-text-direction-ltr The icon for the left-to-right text formatting action. format-text-direction-rtl The icon for the right-to-left formatting action. help-about The icon for the About item in the Help menu. (Editor's note: not used in KDE, probably a copy of the "(i)" icon is sufficient.) help-faq The icon for the FAQ item in the Help menu. (Editor's note: not used in KDE either, at the moment.) insert-image The icon for the insert image action of an application. insert-link The icon for the insert link action of an application. insert-object The icon for the insert object action of an application. insert-text The icon for the insert text action of an application. mail-mark-important The icon for the mark as important action of an electronic mail application. mail-mark-junk The icon for the mark as junk action of an electronic mail application. mail-mark-read The icon for the mark as read action of an electronic mail application. mail-mark-unread The icon for the mark as unread action of an electronic mail application. mail-send-receive The icon for the send and receive action of an electronic mail application. object-flip-horizontal The icon for the action to flip an object horizontally. object-flip-vertical The icon for the action to flip an object vertically. view-sort-ascending The icon used for the "Sort Ascending" item in the application's "View" menu, or in a button for changing the sort method for a list. view-sort-descending The icon used for the "Sort Descending" item in the application's "View" menu, or in a button for changing the sort method for a list.
Icons that are neither in the spec nor in Oxygen but should be added to both.
insert-table The icon for the insert table action of an application.
The ones marked with * and should therefore go into the icon naming specification, presented here in a shorter list for a better overview. Including a suggested short description text like needed for inclusion in the spec.
archive-extract The icon used for the action that extracts files and directories from an archive. dialog-apply The icon used for the "Apply" button that might appear in dialog windows. edit The icon for the generic edit action. (Rationale: There are a lot of things that need to be edited: bookmarks, contacts, todos, away messages, fill/stroke colors, app specific item properties of any kind, ... There should be a generic edit icon as a common ground and fallback for these use cases.) help-contextual The icon for the contextual help / "What's this" icon in the Help menu. insert-table The icon for the insert table action of an application. mail-receive The icon for the receive action of an electronic mail application. mail-reply-sender -> mail-reply (Rationale: In order to support more reply methods than the expected ones. KMail, at least, has "Reply" as "intelligent reply" - automatically do the right thing - and also "Reply to all", "Reply to author" and "Reply to mailing list". The latter is not in the spec, and doesn't need to be, but in order to enable mail-reply-list, we need a mail-reply fallback.) system-switch-user The icon used for the "Switch User" item in the desktop's panel application. system-search -> system-find The icon used for the "Find Files/Folders" item in the desktop's panel application. (Rationale: For consistency - edit-find also uses Find, and there's no good reason to use Search here.) tab-detach The icon used for the "Detach Tab" action. tab-duplicate The icon used for the "Duplicate Tab" action. tab-new (or possibly new-tab, see below) tab-remove (or possibly close-tab, see below) zoom-fit-height The icon used for the "Zoom to Height" item in the application's "View" menu. zoom-fit-width The icon used for the "Zoom to Width" item in the application's "View" menu. zoom-fit-best (instead of zoom-best-fit)
And now for the radical stuff:
new The icon for the create action. (Rationale: Right now, the spec has quite a number of *-new icons, but is totally unflexible when it comes to adding other stuff that can be created. I propose edit-create as a basis and fallback for all "new" icons, regardless if they create documents, mails, podcasts, windows, menu entries in the start menu editor, classes and functions in integrated development environments, whatever. If this icon is there, every app and KDE core library can have "new" items while staying specification compliant.) (Consequences for existing icons in the spec: address-book-new -> new-address-book appointment-new -> new-appointment contact-new -> new-contact document-new -> new-document folder-new -> new-folder mail-message-new -> new-message-mail window-new -> new-window)
Of course, doing that breaks the current namespacing scheme of the spec's actions category, as for example document-new is ripped apart from the other document icons. I think this is ok for actions that are not solely specific to documents/windows/dialogs, because it is important for extensibility, hence the idea of fallbacks.
Consequently, there should be at least one more "generalization":
close The icon for the close action. (Consequences for existing icons in the spec: dialog-close -> close-dialog window-close -> close-window) (Opens up opportunities for: close-document close-tab close-project)