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Revision as of 10:40, 4 July 2007 by Jpetso (talk | contribs) (The media-optical-* are less important, move them to a separate place.)


Specification compliance of icon names

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

 audio-headset                 OK *
 audio-input-line              OK *
 audio-input-microphone        OK
 battery                       OK
 camera-photo                  OK
 camera-web                    OK
 cpu                           ??
 computer                      OK
 computer-laptop               OK *
 drive-harddisk                OK
 drive-remote                  OK *
 drive-removable-media         OK
 drive-removable-media-usb     OK **
 drive-removable-media-usb-pendrive  OK **
 input-gaming                  OK
 input-keyboard                OK
 input-mouse                   OK
 input-tablet                  OK
 media-floppy                  OK
 media-flash-memory-stick      OK **
 media-flash-sd-mmc            OK **
 media-flash-smart-media       OK **
 media-optical                 OK
 media-optical-audio           OK *
 media-optical-recordable      OK *
 modem                         OK
 multimedia-player             OK
 multimedia-player-apple-ipod  OK **
 pda                           OK
 phone                         OK
 printer                       OK
 scanner                       OK
 video-display                 OK
 video-projector               OK *
 video-television              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

To do for Oxygen

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

   The icon used for the audio rendering device.

   The fallback icon for video cameras

   The icon used for optical media drives such as CD and DVD.

   The fallback icon used for flash media, such as memory stick
   and SD.

   The icon used for generic physical tape media.

   The icon used for wired network connections.
   (Editor's note: We *could* use network-wired from places.)

   The icon used for wireless network connections.

To do for Oxygen *and* the spec

Icons that are neither in the spec nor in Oxygen's devices/ (after renaming) but still should be added to both.

   The icon used for generic network connections.

Don't know what to do with...

   The specification does not contain any low-level processing
   units, such as CPUs or RAM. I can't think of an appropriate
   "category" name for those. The only word that I found which
   comes close was "internal-*" (internal-cpu, internal-memory, ...)
   but I'm not sure if this consistent with the rest of the
   devices category in the spec and extensible enough.
   Input and better ideas appreciated.

Summary of the suggested 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.

   The icon used for handsfree headset devices that combine a pair
   of headphones or earphones with a microphone.

   The icon used for audio line input devices.

   The icon used for generic network connections.

   The icon used for a portable computing device as a whole.

   The icon used for remotely accessed drives, such as
   NFS or WebDAV mounts.

   The icon used for a projector that video gets displayed to.

   The icon used for a television device, such as
   CRT or flat panel displays.

Summary of optional suggested additions

The ones marked with *, but less important, could but don't

   The icon used for physical optical media such as CD and DVD
   containing audio content.

   The icon used for physical optical media such as CD and DVD
   containing video content.

   The icon used for recordable physical optical media,
   such as CD-R and DVD-R.

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