Specification compliance of icon names
Icon names without trailing stars already exist in the freedesktop.org icon naming specification.
applications-accessories OK applications-development OK applications-development-translation OK ** applications-development-web OK ** applications-engineering OK applications-education OK * applications-education-language OK ** applications-education-mathematics OK ** applications-games OK applications-graphics OK applications-internet OK applications-multimedia OK applications-office OK applications-other OK applications-science OK applications-system OK applications-toys OK ** applications-utilities OK preferences-other OK preferences-desktop OK preferences-desktop-peripherals OK *** preferences-desktop-personal OK *** preferences-system OK preferences-system-network OK *** system-help 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 *** bad naming in the spec imho, suggesting to rename this icon there, but let's use the specified name for now
To do for Oxygen
None, everything's in place in the "categories" category :D
Suggested changes and additions
Including a suggested short description text like needed for inclusion in the spec.
applications-development [In the description, change "Programming" to "Development", in accordance to the icon name and the fd.o menu spec.] applications-education The icon for the "Education" sub-menu of the Programs menu. preferences-desktop-peripherals -> preferences-peripherals The icon for the "Peripherals" preferences category. preferences-desktop-personal -> preferences-personal The icon for the "Personal" preferences category. preferences-system-network -> preferences-network The icon for the "Network" preferences category.
Rationale for the renames:
The preferences-desktop-* ones are very implementation specific, as it's not specified anywhere that the "peripherals" and "personal" preferences need to be a child element of the desktop preferences. Likewise, "network" settings don't necessarily reside in the preferences-system category in certain desktops.