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If you want to install proprietary drivers, you can do that on any system if it is technically possible.
Fedora will however not do much to help you doing so.
The Fedora project is about delivering the best OS open source software can provide. A hundred percent open source, that is. There is simply no way for maintainers to support and debug binary drivers.
Fedora is not about conquering "the desktop", nor about Linux world domination, nor about increasing market share at all cost.
In the mean time, Fedora has been a great OS for quite some time, and the base for RHEL/CentOS which is a rock solid system that works extremely well.
How can that be a coincidence?
Or is it just me?