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Hi Issa,

you wrote:
Here is a rough list of guidelines for designing the flat icons
which I compiled from jimmac on irc and stereotype on her blog
(GNOME symbolic icons designers):

  1.  Use a 16x16 primary canvas.


Let me add a 

13. Group, layer, and name the icon area placeholder according to 
    section SVG Icon / Graphics Workflow, so that we can extract and
    convert them by script.

I'd need to re-find the svgs that have this labelling for examples,
but the extraction script generally expects a <name>_<size> labelling,
and exports to <name><size>.png - of course that can be adjusted. Just
be consistent. :)

(I can do that for a handful of icons manually, as done for the
android icons - but it becomes intractable for large icon sets. Of
course, cannot harm to equip also the android icons with said labels)

Beyond that, great initiative - thanks a lot! And, once the workflow
is decided, prolly worth sticking to the wiki prominently?


-- Thorsten

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