"The Fedora Project Board may, by public announcement, subsequently
designate an additional or alternative default license for a given
category of Contribution (a "Later Default License"). A Later Default
License shall be a free software license (for Code) or a free content
license (for Content) and shall be chosen from the list of acceptable
licenses for Fedora, currently located at
, as that list may be revised
from time to time by the Fedora Project Board. "
it doesn't indicate there is any chance to opt out of the new license
even if it conflicts with the one the contribution was submitted under.
Presumably this is intentional and desired.
However this agreement doesn't seem to put any minimum requirements for
the "free" licenses listed at http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Licensing
Without that we are just trusting on faith that that list will in fact
list licenses that contributors think are "free".
What happens in http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Licensing
is changed in error
or by someone not authorized to make a change?
So perhaps there are a few ways that the license could be changed to a