Which means that the distro will have to provide pre-compiled per-kernel signed versions of the nvidia driver (for each version of the module). How does Fedora intend to do that, knowing that the proprietary nvidia drivers are managed over at rpm fusion?
Also, will Fedora do that, knowing the recent local-root exploit vulns ?
If Fedora refuses to provide signed nvidia drivers, it could also mean that one of the most expected, biggest "Linux Desktop advantage" will be annihilated: the ability to easily run games on Linux (i.e without fiddling with your BIOS). With the Steam beta around the corner, things coulnd't go more wrong.
Sure people could still run nouveau. Except they won't, if performance isn't on par with the proprietary driver.