Seems like there's not much that's left to be done for stock Fedora to
boot on Raspberry Pi 2 successfully .
One bit that notably prevents us from spinning an image that would boot
on RPi2 board solely from the Fedora packages is the VC4 firmware.
It seems to have a license  that's not compatible with Fedora's
"Redistributable, no modification permitted" license for binary
firmware blobs: it seems to have a usage restriction:
> * This software may only be used for the purposes of developing for,
> running or using a Raspberry Pi device.
The way to go now seems to be to spin a remix with the firmware added.
Does it make sense to talk to Broadcom or Raspberry Pi Foundation/Ltd
and asking them to lift the restriction? I doubt it would cause any
practical difference to them. Does anyone have a contact at Broadcom or
Raspberry Pi I could talk to?