Amazing how someone can be so clueless how the Free Software world works yet still be in such a position of authority.
Dude, Fedora is a free software distribution that serves as the proving ground for RHEL. It does (or better to say RH does) sponsor original new code, mostly in the system integration and infrastructure areas but it's mandate isn't to boldly explore radical and experimental new frontiers in information technology. Most of what they ship is slightly customized packages of the same software everyone else is shipping. More bluntly, do you see RH trying to pitch your new notion to corporate RHEL customers anytime soon? If not why are you expecting Fedora to reorient itself to the mission of implementing your vision?
Get your new reimagining of the the software stack up, at least to the prove the idea has merit level, and let several distros eventually package it and distribute it to a wider audience, perhaps someday as the default.
But don't bet the rent money on it. You aren't the first to propose a totally new computing model based on a pet theory. Just for starters you could ask the Sugar guys how their attempt to take over the world worked out. And in another year or two ask the Meego crew how their far less ambitious project ended up. Or if you can find one willing to cop to the charge, find someone with the Bob project.... that one sure redefined the user experience forever... NOT! Sudden leaps in evolution do happen in IT as in nature. But they are very rare, slow improvement is the norm. Most of the really strange mutants just die a quick death after everyone gets done laughing.