I have never understand these ridiculous release names in most (all?) Linux distributions. They are extremely counterproductive for anybody who doesn't spend 80% of their time involved with the particular distribution/community but still has to interact with it.
I don't have specific experience with Fedora, but it has gotten completely absurd with Ubuntu. I am a Ubuntu user on some of my computers, but I can't (and don't care to) remember a silly distribution name that changes every six months. I especially hate it when I have actual work to do and instead of brief practical version numbers I see names. (e.g. http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=gcc )
Maveric? Hardy? Natty? Which is which? Which came first? Utter idiocy.
It has gotten completely absurd. Insane. Insanely annoying. Aaaargh. I can just barely tolerate it in Debian because it is one new name every three years...
So, I sincerely hope that Fedora, with its reputation of a serious "professional" distribution can get away from this.