The Fedoraproject once again chose to leave non-free out of Fedora. I
appreciate that. I even think a lot of users understand why the
Fedoraproject acts like this (now and earlier, too). But: it utterly
hard to get non-free Software when running Fedora. That's what the
Fedora ecosystem IMHO needs to fix. Debian, who has a similar stance on
non-free Software, does a way better job in that area than Fedora does.
We need to catch up here and I think the Fedoraproject should drive
this, because it's important for the success of Fedora (and RHEL/CentOS)
that people can easily use it for what they want.
And as the down-voted
proposal shows: There are developers within the Fedoraproject that are
willing to do the work; there are more in Korora, RPM Fusion and other
places. We just need to bring them together properly afiacs.