I am not sure how concrete these details are. Interesting however.
" There's less than two weeks now until the release of Fedora 8, which
has been codenamed Werewolf. However, it's not too early to start
thinking about Fedora 9. One of the items that has already been brought
up for this next release cycle is a new display utility. While there is
the rather basic system-config-display utility from Red Hat, Fedora is
currently lacking a graphical tool to change or enable display devices
(such as LCDs or TVs) in real-time. "