This has started as a attempt to test the improvements of the freedreno ARM driver, so I've made an updated mesa package (and newer libdrm) specially for testing.
You can grab it installing the kwizart-release repository and
yum update --enablerepo=kwizart-testing libdrm\* mesa\*
The updated mesa 10.2 package from git20140209 is available for i686 x86_64 and armv7hl. The final version is scheduled in 3 months from now (so it could be in Fedora 21 by default). This is a different branch from the 10.1 branch to be released soon.
I'm not interested in xorg-x11-drv-vmware in this case, and there is an ABI break behind, so you need to:
yum remove xorg-x11-drv-vmware
Also an interesting feature of the mesa 10.2 branch is the OpenMAX IL feature on AMD devices. I try to maintain libomxil-bellagio within fedora, so I'm interested in feedbacks on this topic. The AMD GPU I can test on doesn't seem to be compatible with the feature. But there are also probably few issues with libomxil-bellagio given the lack of upstream activity. Still you can test using:
yum install --enablerepo=kwizart-testing mesa-omx-drivers
VLC from RPM Fusion should be compatible with OpenMAX IL, and gstreamer has a plugin that should enter into Fedora at some point (currently in review).
Also the packaging git work is currently ahead of the fedora rawhide spec, so there are probably few patches that can be used in the next fedora package.