Dimanche, le 23 octobre 2011, à 21:39, Friedrich W. H. Kossebau a écrit:
> (* application/gpx+xml is not an official mimetype name, might be different
> once registered)
> cc:ing marble-devel for heads-up, replies please only on kde-artists.
> Now that Marble, your possibly favourite celestial body watcher
> (http://edu.kde.org/marble/), has better and better support for files in
> GPX and KML formats, I am working on having these formats being properly
> shown in the file managers/dialogs, with the type name and a, that is why
> I am writing here, proper icon.
> What is the way to ask for another icon in the Oxygen Icon set these days:
> a) File a bug report on the Oxygen Icon set, or
> b) ask here in the mailing list?
> GPX and KML are rather formats for rather similar purposes, with KML having
> a broader scope:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GPS_eXchange_Format says on GPX:
> "GPX, or GPS eXchange Format is an XML schema designed as a common GPS data
> format for software applications. It can be used to describe waypoints,
> tracks, and routes"...
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keyhole_Markup_Language says on KML:
> "Keyhole Markup Language (KML) is an XML notation for expressing geographic
> annotation and visualization within Internet-based, two-dimensional maps
> and three-dimensional Earth browsers [...] The KML file specifies a set of
> features (place marks, images, polygons, 3D models, textual descriptions,
> etc.) [...]" ...
> So perhaps there could be still the same icon for both formats, like there
> is the same icon for e.g. jpeg and png.
> No idea about a visual term to be used for the icon, that I could propose.
> Putting a compass, the Marble logo, on a document shape might miss that
> this is about tracks and other elements to be displayed on a map/body.
> Funnily enough the icon for KML files as provided with Google's Earth app
> is a document shape with a, yes, marble inside:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Keyhole_Markup_Language.png >
> Would be great to have some icon for KDE SC 4.8 :)