I think we're ok as long as we leave the original license in the code. It states that we can modify it and redistribute it and that we should note our changes. We're ok.
We could own the ToolBar class because we've almost completely rewritten it.
A customizable toolbar similar to FF is in order, but that's way too much work.
Moving tools around is as simple as relocating them in the list. So anyone can customize it to suit themselves.
Config files could be simple text files written to and read from by us. There is also a ready made class that manages all that if we want to import it. It's a lot of work either way.
Epiphany isn't quite done, but it blows us away in features. We can't download or view PDF or handle cookies, popups, google ads, and lots of other geeky stuff. We can't even set the font size. We just don't have the brainiacs to figure all that out.
It takes a lot of people to develop big apps. We have to realize our limits here. We'll be doing good to come up with a basic HTML viewer and get rid of all the little bugs and glitches.
For people learning Python, a project like this is the best thing that could happen. I hope it stays fun and helps everyone get some hands-on experience.
I love puzzles and this one has a lot to offer.