Whatever Fedora's constraints are, they have laid them on themselves, and they could change them if they wanted to.
Neither of the two issues mentioned in the article is actually part of Fedora. The installer and the UEFI secure boot issue, are not part of the Linux operating system.
In my opinion, they should have released Fedora on schedule, and then, when the installer and secure boot issues were resolved, add them to the download without even updating the version number.
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