fedora on the Pi is very flaky atm. read their wiki it flat out states that it is not fully optimized for the Atom CPU used on the Pi.
I attempted to run Fedora on my Pi but quickly gave up on it as it was just not responsive enough and gave many many errors including memory errors when attempting to yum update.
I am a much larger fan of Fedora then Debian, just because I am more comfortable with Fedora line then Debian due to work. I am currently running an offshoot for the Pi that turns it into exactly what I was after and that is nothing but an XBMC media player connected directly to my TV.
as TroN-0074 mentioned there are several flavors of linux that run well on the Pi, most of them are Debian based. I would encourage you to stick with Rasparian.