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   The icon for the "Peripherals" sub-category of the "Desktop Preferences" category.
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  "Desktop Preferences" category.
  
 
preferences-desktop-personal
 
preferences-desktop-personal
   The icon for the "Personal" sub-category of the "Desktop Preferences" category.
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   The icon for the "Personal" sub-category of the
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  "Desktop Preferences" category.
  
 
preferences-system-network
 
preferences-system-network
   The icon for the "Network" sub-category of the "System Preferences" category.
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   The icon for the "Network" sub-category of the
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  "System Preferences" category.
 
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Revision as of 17:02, 4 July 2007

Specification compliance of icon names

Icon names without trailing stars already exist in the freedesktop.org icon naming specification.

 all category icons       missing

 * 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

To do for Oxygen

Icons that are in the spec, but not yet in Oxygen's categories/ (after renaming) so they need to be added. Descriptions taken from the specification.

 
 application-accessories
   The icon for the "Accessories" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 applications-development
   The icon for the "Programming" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 applications-engineering
   The icon for the "Engineering" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 applications-games
   The icon for the "Games" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 applications-graphics
   The icon for the "Graphics" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 applications-internet
   The icon for the "Internet" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 applications-multimedia
   The icon for the "Multimedia" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 applications-office
   The icon for the "Office" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 applications-other
   The icon for the "Other" sub-menu of the Programs menu.
   (Editor's note: Name needs to be reviewed in collaboration
    with the icon naming specification maintainers, see below.)

 applications-science
   The icon for the "Science" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 applications-system
   The icon for the "System Tools" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 applications-utilities
   The icon for the "Utilities" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 preferences-desktop
   The icon for the "Desktop Preferences" category.

 preferences-system
   The icon for the "System Preferences" category.

 system-help
   The icon for the "Help" system category.

Summary of the suggested changes and additions

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.

 applications-education
   The icon for the "Education" sub-menu of the Programs menu.

 applications-development
   [Rename "Programming" to "Development".]

 applications-other -> applications
   The generic icon for application categories.

 preferences-other -> preferences
   The generic icon for preference categories.

Problematic category icons

The first three ones are very implementation specific, as it's not specified anywhere that the "peripherals" and "personal" settings need to be a child element of the desktop settings. Likewise, "network" settings don't necessarily reside in the system settings category.

preferences-desktop-peripherals
  The icon for the "Peripherals" sub-category of the
  "Desktop Preferences" category.

preferences-desktop-personal
  The icon for the "Personal" sub-category of the
  "Desktop Preferences" category.

preferences-system-network
  The icon for the "Network" sub-category of the
  "System Preferences" category.

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