Fedora 17 will be shipping next week. It's got a bunch of new features, none of which I contributed to in the slightest. What I did work on was improving our support for installation on x86 Apple hardware. There's still a few shortcomings in this so it's not an announced or supported feature, but it's sufficient progress that it's worth writing about.
There's a few ways that Apple platforms differs from normal PC hardware. The first is that Apples are very much intended to be EFI first and BIOS second, while that's still not really true for commodity PC hardware. Apple launched Boot Camp shortly after they started shipping x86 Macs (and shortly after I'd got Ubuntu running on one for the first time) but the focus of Boot Camp has always been to be good enough to boot Windows and not much else. The other is the integration with the boot environment. You can boot Linux easily enough by setting the standard EFI boot variables, but if you ever boot back into OS X it's easy to trigger deletion of those. There's then no straightforward way of resetting them, and you're left having to recover your installation.