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tl;dr RDO will provide Icehouse for Fedora 20, and that's coming in the next few days

The approach taken in RDO is to provide OpenStack N+1 on Fedora N.

I.E. the official (non RDO) Fedora repos already have OpenStack included. For example Fedora 19 has Grizzly, and Fedora 20 has Havana. So RDO provides Havana on Fedora 19 for early adopters.

Similarly RDO will provide Icehouse (real soon now) for Fedora 20. Havana is best installed from the official Fedora repos rather than from RDO.

As for the related yum.theforeman.org issue above, I've asked for that to be fixed at their site and expect it to be in place for the soon to be released RDO icehouse version.

tl;dr The standard Fedora 20 repos provide Havana, while the additional RDO repos will provide Icehouse for Fedora 20, and that's coming in the next few daysdays.

The approach taken in the additional RDO Fedora repos is to provide OpenStack N+1 on Fedora N.N for early adopters, and leave the more naturally aligned OpenStack release in the standard Fedora repos.

I.E. So with the official (non RDO) release of Fedora repos already have OpenStack included. For example Fedora 19 has Grizzly, and Fedora 20 has Havana. So RDO provides Havana on Fedora 19 for early adopters.

Similarly RDO will provide Icehouse (real soon now) for Fedora 20. 20, Havana is best installed consumed from the official Fedora repos repos on Fedora 20, rather than on Fedora 19 with the Fedora Havana repos from RDO.

As for the related yum.theforeman.org issue above, above, I've asked for that to be fixed fixed at their site and expect it to to be in place for the soon to be released RDO icehouse version.