On Sat, May 3, 2014 at 4:35 PM, Adrian Soliard
I really don't understand the situations of the packages
Fedora has a policy prohibiting the inclusion of emulators in the
"Most emulators (applications which emulate another platform) are not
permitted for inclusion in Fedora. The rule of thumb to follow is: If
it requires ROMs (or image files in any format) of copyrighted or
patented material to be useful (and the owners of those copyrights and
patents have not given their express written permission), then it's
not permitted." 
Operating systems like Windows and Fedora have licenses that permit
them to be run using virtualization software such as KVM/QEMU,
therefore it's okay to ship such "emulator" software in Fedora.
On the other hand, the license for Mac OS X expressly forbids
virtualization on other platforms, therefore it would *not* be okay to
ship an Mac emulator in Fedora.
So, is there an operating system whose license permits it to be run
using dynamips? If so, contact Fedora Legal  and provide evidence
so they can reconsider whether it's okay to include. If not, it's
simply not suitable  for Fedora.