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Not yet ready for consumption, this is only the raw list of icons in the spec, without checking on what Oxygen already has.
 
 
 
== Specification compliance of icon names ==
 
== Specification compliance of icon names ==
  
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<pre>
 
<pre>
  actions/battery-discharging-020 -> battery-caution
+
  appointment-missed              Needed
  actions/battery-discharging-040  -> battery-low
+
appointment-soon                Needed
  actions/folder-open              -> folder-open
+
audio-volume-high                OK (22x22 only)
  places/user-trash-full          -> user-trash-full
+
audio-volume-low                OK (22x22 only)
 +
audio-volume-medium              OK (22x22 only)
 +
audio-volume-muted              OK (22x22 only)
 +
battery-low                      OK
 +
battery-caution                  OK
 +
battery-040                      OK **
 +
battery-060                      OK **
 +
battery-080                      OK **
 +
  battery-100                      OK **
 +
battery-charging-low            OK **
 +
battery-charging-caution         OK **
 +
  battery-charging-040             OK **
 +
  battery-charging-060            OK **
 +
battery-charging-080            OK **
 +
battery-charging                OK *
 +
dialog-error                    OK (KDE 3 name: actions/messagebox_critical)
 +
dialog-information              OK (KDE 3 name: actions/messagebox_info)
 +
  dialog-warning                  OK (KDE 3 name: actions/messagebox_warning)
 +
dialog-password                  OK (KDE 3 name: lock)
 +
dialog-question                  Needed
 +
folder-drag-accept              Needed
 +
folder-visiting                  Needed
 +
folder-open                     OK (KDE 3 name: filesystems/folder_open)
 +
  image-loading                    OK
 +
image-missing                    OK (KDE 3 name: filesystems/file_broken)
 +
mail-attachment                  OK (KDE 3 name: actions/kmmsgattachment)
 +
mail-unread                      OK
 +
mail-read                        OK
 +
mail-replied                    OK
 +
mail-signed                      Needed
 +
mail-signed-verified            Needed
 +
media-playlist-repeat            OK (needs to be improved, though)
 +
media-playlist-shuffle          OK
 +
network-error                    Needed
 +
network-idle                    Needed
 +
network-offline                  Needed
 +
network-receive                  Needed
 +
network-transmit                Needed
 +
network-transmit-receive        Needed
 +
object-locked                    OK ** (ArtLibreSet)
 +
                                    (KDE 3 name: actions/encrypted)
 +
object-unlocked                  OK ** (ArtLibreSet)
 +
                                    (KDE 3 name: actions/decrypted)
 +
printer-error                    OK (didn't exist in KDE 3)
 +
printer-printing                OK (KDE 3 name: actions/print)
 +
script-error                    OK ** (KDE 3 name: bug)
 +
security-high                    OK (KDE 3 name: actions/encrypted)
 +
security-medium                  OK (KDE 3 name: actions/halfencrypted)
 +
security-low                    OK (KDE 3 name: actions/decrypted)
 +
software-update-available        Needed
 +
software-update-urgent          Needed
 +
sync-error                      Needed
 +
sync-synchronizing              Needed
 +
task-due                        Needed
 +
task-past-due                    Needed
 +
user-away                        OK (KDE 3 name: metacontact_away)
 +
user-away-extended              OK ** (did not exist in KDE 3)
 +
user-busy                        OK * (KDE 3 name: yahoo_busy,
 +
                                        groupwise_busy, icq_dnd)
 +
user-idle                        Needed (did not exist in KDE 3)
 +
user-invisible                  OK * (did not exist in KDE 3)
 +
user-offline                    OK (KDE 3 name: metacontact_offline)
 +
user-online                      OK (KDE 3 name: metacontact_online)
 +
user-trash-full                 OK (KDE 3 name: filesystems/trashcan_full)
 +
wallet-closed                    OK ** (KDE 3 name: wallet_closed)
 +
wallet-open                      OK ** (KDE 3 name: wallet_open)
 +
weather-clear                    Needed
 +
weather-clear-night              Needed
 +
weather-few-clouds              Needed
 +
weather-few-clouds-night        Needed
 +
weather-fog                      Needed
 +
weather-overcast                Needed
 +
weather-severe-alert            Needed
 +
weather-showers                  Needed
 +
weather-showers-scattered        Needed
 +
weather-snow                    Needed
 +
weather-storm                    Needed
 +
window-suppressed                -> popup-suppressed **
  
 
  * suggesting this for inclusion into the icon naming specification
 
  * suggesting this for inclusion into the icon naming specification
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  appointment-soon
 
  appointment-soon
 
   The icon used when an appointment will occur soon.
 
   The icon used when an appointment will occur soon.
 
audio-volume-high
 
  The icon used to indicate high audio volume.
 
 
audio-volume-low
 
  The icon used to indicate low audio volume.
 
 
audio-volume-medium
 
  The icon used to indicate medium audio volume.
 
 
audio-volume-muted
 
  The icon used to indicate the muted state for audio playback.
 
 
dialog-error
 
  The icon used when a dialog is opened to explain an error
 
  condition to the user.
 
 
dialog-information
 
  The icon used when a dialog is opened to give information
 
  to the user that may be pertinent to the requested action.
 
 
dialog-password
 
  The icon used when a dialog requesting the authentication
 
  credentials for a user is opened.
 
  
 
  dialog-question
 
  dialog-question
 
   The icon used when a dialog is opened to ask a simple
 
   The icon used when a dialog is opened to ask a simple
 
   question of the user.
 
   question of the user.
 
dialog-warning
 
  The icon used when a dialog is opened to warn the user of
 
  impending issues with the requested action.
 
  
 
  folder-drag-accept
 
  folder-drag-accept
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   dragged onto it, that is of a type that the directory
 
   dragged onto it, that is of a type that the directory
 
   can contain.
 
   can contain.
 
folder-open
 
  The icon used for folders, while their contents are being
 
  displayed within the same window. This icon would normally
 
  be shown in a tree or list view, next to the main view of
 
  a folder's contents.
 
  
 
  folder-visiting
 
  folder-visiting
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   when using multiple windows to navigate the hierarchy, such as
 
   when using multiple windows to navigate the hierarchy, such as
 
   in Nautilus's spatial mode.
 
   in Nautilus's spatial mode.
 
image-loading
 
  The icon used when another image is being loaded, such as
 
  thumnails for larger images in the file manager.
 
 
image-missing
 
  The icon used when another image could not be loaded.
 
 
mail-attachment
 
  The icon used for an electronic mail that contains attachments.
 
 
mail-unread
 
  The icon used for an electronic mail that is unread.
 
 
mail-read
 
  The icon used for an electronic mail that is read.
 
 
mail-replied
 
  The icon used for an electronic mail that has been replied to.
 
  
 
  mail-signed
 
  mail-signed
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  media-playlist-repeat
 
  media-playlist-repeat
 
   The icon for the repeat mode of a media player.
 
   The icon for the repeat mode of a media player.
 
media-playlist-shuffle
 
  The icon for the shuffle mode of a media player.
 
  
 
  network-error
 
  network-error
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   background, with a screen colored black, and the theme's
 
   background, with a screen colored black, and the theme's
 
   icon element to show that a device is not accessible,
 
   icon element to show that a device is not accessible,
   in the foreground.
+
   in the foreground. (Move from actions/connect-no?)
  
 
  network-receive
 
  network-receive
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   the background, with the screens of both computers,
 
   the background, with the screens of both computers,
 
   colored green.
 
   colored green.
 
printer-error
 
  The icon used when an error occurs while attempting to
 
  print. This icon should be the theme's printer device icon,
 
  with the theme's style element for errors, overlayed on top
 
  of the icon.
 
 
printer-printing
 
  The icon used while a print job is successfully being
 
  spooled to a printing device. This icon should be the
 
  theme's printer device icon, with a document emerging
 
  from the printing device.
 
 
security-high
 
  The icon used to indicate that the security level of a
 
  connection is known to be secure, using strong encryption
 
  and a valid certificate.
 
 
security-medium
 
  The icon used to indicate that the security level of a
 
  connection is presumed to be secure, using strong
 
  encryption, and a certificate that could not be
 
  automatically verified, but which the user has chosen
 
  to trust.
 
 
security-low
 
  The icon used to indicate that the security level of a
 
  connection is presumed to be insecure, either by using
 
  weak encryption, or by using a certificate that could
 
  not be automatically verified, and which the user has
 
  not chosen to trust.
 
  
 
  software-update-available
 
  software-update-available
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   The icon used when a task is due soon.
 
   The icon used when a task is due soon.
  
  task-passed-due
+
  task-past-due
 
   The icon used when a task that was due,
 
   The icon used when a task that was due,
 
   has been left incomplete.
 
   has been left incomplete.
 
user-away
 
  The icon used when a user on a chat network is away
 
  from their keyboard and the chat program.
 
  
 
  user-idle
 
  user-idle
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   an active participant in any chats on the network,
 
   an active participant in any chats on the network,
 
   for an extended period of time.
 
   for an extended period of time.
 
user-offline
 
  The icon used when a user on a chat network is not available.
 
 
user-online
 
  The icon used when a user on a chat network is available
 
  to initiate a conversation with.
 
 
user-trash-full
 
  The icon for the user's "Trash" in the desktop's
 
  file manager, when there are items in the "Trash"
 
  waiting for disposal or recovery.
 
  (Editor's note: Just move it over from places.)
 
  
 
  weather-clear
 
  weather-clear
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  newly-suggested-icon
+
  battery-charging
   The icon used for [whatever].
+
  The icon used when the battery is charging
 +
  from the power supply.
 +
 
 +
user-busy
 +
  The icon used when a user on a chat network is not online
 +
  but doesn't want to be disturbed.
 +
 
 +
user-invisible
 +
   The icon used when a user on a chat network is online
 +
  but invisible to other users.
 
</pre>
 
</pre>

Latest revision as of 12:10, 27 May 2008

Specification compliance of icon names

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

 appointment-missed               Needed
 appointment-soon                 Needed
 audio-volume-high                OK (22x22 only)
 audio-volume-low                 OK (22x22 only)
 audio-volume-medium              OK (22x22 only)
 audio-volume-muted               OK (22x22 only)
 battery-low                      OK
 battery-caution                  OK
 battery-040                      OK **
 battery-060                      OK **
 battery-080                      OK **
 battery-100                      OK **
 battery-charging-low             OK **
 battery-charging-caution         OK **
 battery-charging-040             OK **
 battery-charging-060             OK **
 battery-charging-080             OK **
 battery-charging                 OK *
 dialog-error                     OK (KDE 3 name: actions/messagebox_critical)
 dialog-information               OK (KDE 3 name: actions/messagebox_info)
 dialog-warning                   OK (KDE 3 name: actions/messagebox_warning)
 dialog-password                  OK (KDE 3 name: lock)
 dialog-question                  Needed
 folder-drag-accept               Needed
 folder-visiting                  Needed
 folder-open                      OK (KDE 3 name: filesystems/folder_open)
 image-loading                    OK
 image-missing                    OK (KDE 3 name: filesystems/file_broken)
 mail-attachment                  OK (KDE 3 name: actions/kmmsgattachment)
 mail-unread                      OK
 mail-read                        OK
 mail-replied                     OK
 mail-signed                      Needed
 mail-signed-verified             Needed
 media-playlist-repeat            OK (needs to be improved, though)
 media-playlist-shuffle           OK
 network-error                    Needed
 network-idle                     Needed
 network-offline                  Needed
 network-receive                  Needed
 network-transmit                 Needed
 network-transmit-receive         Needed
 object-locked                    OK ** (ArtLibreSet)
                                     (KDE 3 name: actions/encrypted)
 object-unlocked                  OK ** (ArtLibreSet)
                                     (KDE 3 name: actions/decrypted)
 printer-error                    OK (didn't exist in KDE 3)
 printer-printing                 OK (KDE 3 name: actions/print)
 script-error                     OK ** (KDE 3 name: bug)
 security-high                    OK (KDE 3 name: actions/encrypted)
 security-medium                  OK (KDE 3 name: actions/halfencrypted)
 security-low                     OK (KDE 3 name: actions/decrypted)
 software-update-available        Needed
 software-update-urgent           Needed
 sync-error                       Needed
 sync-synchronizing               Needed
 task-due                         Needed
 task-past-due                    Needed
 user-away                        OK (KDE 3 name: metacontact_away)
 user-away-extended               OK ** (did not exist in KDE 3)
 user-busy                        OK * (KDE 3 name: yahoo_busy,
                                        groupwise_busy, icq_dnd)
 user-idle                        Needed (did not exist in KDE 3)
 user-invisible                   OK * (did not exist in KDE 3)
 user-offline                     OK (KDE 3 name: metacontact_offline)
 user-online                      OK (KDE 3 name: metacontact_online)
 user-trash-full                  OK (KDE 3 name: filesystems/trashcan_full)
 wallet-closed                    OK ** (KDE 3 name: wallet_closed)
 wallet-open                      OK ** (KDE 3 name: wallet_open)
 weather-clear                    Needed
 weather-clear-night              Needed
 weather-few-clouds               Needed
 weather-few-clouds-night         Needed
 weather-fog                      Needed
 weather-overcast                 Needed
 weather-severe-alert             Needed
 weather-showers                  Needed
 weather-showers-scattered        Needed
 weather-snow                     Needed
 weather-storm                    Needed
 window-suppressed                -> popup-suppressed **

 * 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 status/ (after renaming) so they need to be added. Descriptions taken from the specification.

 appointment-missed
   The icon used when an appointment was missed.

 appointment-soon
   The icon used when an appointment will occur soon.

 dialog-question
   The icon used when a dialog is opened to ask a simple
   question of the user.

 folder-drag-accept
   The icon used for a folder while an object is being
   dragged onto it, that is of a type that the directory
   can contain.

 folder-visiting
   The icon used for folders, while their contents are being
   displayed in another window. This icon would typically be used
   when using multiple windows to navigate the hierarchy, such as
   in Nautilus's spatial mode.

 mail-signed
   The icon used for an electronic mail that contains a signature.

 mail-signed-verified
   The icon used for an electronic mail that contains a signature
   which has also been verified by the security system.

 media-playlist-repeat
   The icon for the repeat mode of a media player.

 network-error
   The icon used when an error occurs trying to intialize
   the network connection of the computing device. This icon
   should be two computers, one in the background, with the
   screens of both computers, colored black, and with the
   theme's style element for errors, overlayed on top of the icon.

 network-idle
   The icon used when no data is being transmitted or received,
   while the computing device is connected to a network.
   This icon should be two computers, one in the background,
   with the screens of both computers, colored black.

 network-offline
   The icon used when the computing device is disconnected
   from the network. This icon should be a computer in the
   background, with a screen colored black, and the theme's
   icon element to show that a device is not accessible,
   in the foreground. (Move from actions/connect-no?)

 network-receive
   The icon used when data is being received, while the
   computing device is connected to a network. This icon
   should be two computers, one in the background,
   with its screen colored green, and the screen of
   the computer in the foreground, colored black.

 network-transmit
   The icon used when data is being transmitted, while the
   computing device is connected to a network. This icon
   should be two computers, one in the background, with its
   screen colored black, and the screen of the computer in
   the foreground, colored green.

 network-transmit-receive
   The icon used data is being both transmitted and received
   simultaneously, while the computing device is connected
   to a network. This icon should be two computers, one in
   the background, with the screens of both computers,
   colored green.

 software-update-available
   The icon used when an update is available for software
   installed on the computing device, through the system
   software update program.

 software-update-urgent
   The icon used when an urgent update is available
   through the system software update program.

 sync-error
   The icon used when an error occurs while attempting to
   synchronize data from the computing device,
   to another device.

 sync-synchronizing
   The icon used while data is successfully synchronizing
   to another device.

 task-due
   The icon used when a task is due soon.

 task-past-due
   The icon used when a task that was due,
   has been left incomplete.

 user-idle
   The icon used when a user on a chat network has not been
   an active participant in any chats on the network,
   for an extended period of time.

 weather-clear
   The icon used while the weather for a region
   is "clear skies".

 weather-clear-night
   The icon used while the weather for a region
   is "clear skies" during the night.

 weather-few-clouds
   The icon used while the weather for a region
   is "partly cloudy".

 weather-few-clouds-night
   The icon used while the weather for a region
   is "partly cloudy" during the night.

 weather-fog
   The icon used while the weather for a region is "foggy".

 weather-overcast
   The icon used while the weather for a region is "overcast".

 weather-severe-alert
   The icon used while a sever weather alert is
   in effect for a region.

 weather-showers
   The icon used while rain showers are occurring in a region.

 weather-showers-scattered
   The icon used while scattered rain showers are occurring
   in a region.

 weather-snow
   The icon used while snow showers are occurring in a region.

 weather-storm
   The icon used while storms are occurring in a region.

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.

 battery-charging
   The icon used when the battery is charging
   from the power supply.

 user-busy
   The icon used when a user on a chat network is not online
   but doesn't want to be disturbed.

 user-invisible
   The icon used when a user on a chat network is online
   but invisible to other users.

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