Requireing GNOME libs isn't much of a limitation.
Besides, how many useful programs can you find that
requires Qt, but not KDElibs?
Actually, I think it is more important to give IE a run for
its worship as quickly as possible and worry about
not needing GNOME libs later.
Well just what the Linux world needs -- a graphical web browser.
Too bad it requires the GNOME libs from the start and not as
a addon feature [like xchat does]. From my point of view,
Mozilla is a dead end.
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.