This is somewhat hypothetical.... someone has to do the packaging work and submit it for review... and I'm not aware of anyone working on packaging Simon yet for Fedora. Hell this is the first I heard of it. I'm holding out for direct neural interfaces instead of speech...moving my mouth takes soooo much effort.
I'll bet you dollars to doughnuts members of Fedora's Technical leadership will read the discussion here and will be aware of the content argument. But ultimately it comes down to someone taking the responsibility to maintain the Simon package and start the package submission review process. A summary of the situation in faq or readme will help prevent an unnecessary delay once someone does step forward.
I would also think a Debian packaging effort would also benefit from a summary of this discussion...if they aren't ready working on packages. I think they'll have similar concerns but I'm less informed about the details of Debian policy with regard to "content" versus "code" than I am about Fedora's policy.