You might have a better chance using gl4es than switching to GLES
where the fedora default is to use GL everywhere.
But it's probably not something that can be supported on the fedora
side for the same reason libhybris can't be supported. (you will need
to link libhybris/gl4es to a proprietary gles implementation instead
of the generic/mesa version)
yes, I have seen this bug while searching for Qt/GLES, thanks for
pointing to it as well. Could be a way to do it.
As for "better", it would depend on whether we want to support all
Fedora apps or just Qt stack. Right now, I am mainly targeting Qt
which means that recompiling it with GLES enabled and without GL.so,
should help me already. And I think that was a reason why Qt on Debian
was made in such manner as well