Sponsor: Albert Astals Cid

Ikona is a an application designed to be a companion to designers when designing icons. It shows icons in about every way a designer could want, as well as giving them some extra tools to help with icons.


List the people committed to the project and actively working on it.

- Carson Black [pontaos/appadeia]

Manifesto Compliance Plan

List the actions planned to get in compliance with the manifesto.


Open Governance

- Find a chatroom appropriate for discussion about Ikona

Free Software

- Ikona is already licensed under GPLv2 with a "or later" clause.

- It will migrate to KDE's GitLab.


- Anyone is free to contribute, and anyone can use it.


- Ikona offers extra features on top of just a plain icon viewer. These are curated specifically to assist designers, such as offering an integrated Breeze color palette.

Common Ownership

- Anyone can help out, anyone can fork it and make their own Ikona.

End-User Focus

- Ikona is tailored to help designers, the target userbase, without getting in their way.

Candidate ready

Status Description Notes
DONE Project description see above
DONE Project team see above
DONE Manifesto compliance plan see above


Status Description Notes
DONE Repository and code available (in playground)
DONE Mailing list available (if applicable) ...
DONE Website available (if applicable) ...
DONE Active community ...
DONE Manifesto compliance ...

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