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-education OK * applications-education-language OK ** applications-education-mathematics OK ** applications-engineering 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
None, everything's in place in the "categories" category :D
These icons are good to have, but even if we lack those there will be a sensible fallback.
applications-games-arcade ** An icon for arcade games, like KTron or Clanbomber. applications-games-board ** An icon for board games, like Mahjongg or Chess. applications-games-children ** An icon for games for small children, like the scary Potato Guy. applications-games-strategy ** An icon for strategy games, like Minesweeper, Sokoban or Battle for Wesnoth. applications-games-card ** An icon for card games... but for Oxygen, we already have a card set icon as fallback, so it doesn't make much sense to draw a new icon. Just listed for completeness.
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.