I just pushed a new testing update out to bodhi on this and realized that I may not
have advised folks that copyq is available in the fedora repos.  

For those of you who are unfamiliar with it here is a link to a recent
review article:  http://goo.gl/1oMjHv

It requires qt5 and has remarkable set of options.  The project is active and updates are pushed in a timely manner.  

The one criticism I've seen is that it is "too advanced" and people get lost in the options.  That really isn't the case.  If you use the vanilla setup, it works just like any other clipboard manager.  The advantage is if you want to do some neat things with your clipboard data, copyq will help you do it easily.  Of course, if you want to play around, you need to RTFM.

For those who like eye candy, the system area icon is animated and the scissors will "cut" when you clip something for the clipboard.