I tend to agree with the sceptical comments thus far. Perhaps mostly with the idea that such a directional vision is not such a great fit for fedora, but rather some secondary project which utilizes fedora as long as fedora is the right tech for its infrastructure.
What I would like to see in a similarly corporate distruptive vein, is the fruition of the decentralized cloud. It often seems to me that ipv4 and nat are the major blockades to a world where everyones desktops and other devices can act as a replacement for the current corporate provided 'cloud'. That, it seems to me, implemented well, would be how free software could really make an impact against the big $$ corporations that pose the most severe threat to a higher level of computing freedom in the future.
What it would take it seems to me, is perhaps lots of similar groups like the Diaspora project. On top of a foundation of presumably ipv6 where there is no blockade to all of our devices giving 1% of their resources to the decentralized cloud.
But again, this vision is also nothing new, just a different flavor of the koolaid. And again, something that would be a project/movement outside of fedora, utilizing fedora as long as fedora is the right tool for the job.
Really, I think it will be very interesting to see where CentOS-6 takes us. It seems that will be the validation or invalidation of what fedora has been for the last few years. I'm actually pretty optimistic on that front, and see C6 quite possibly providing a solid platform for many radically different, and all disruptive computing stacks.