These people often report errors to Revisor; some fail to compose a multiple (spanned) media set -such as with CDs- because Revisor shits itself (at least from their perspective) during package ordering, or that the installation fails with a nasty RPM error.
One way or the other, both cases are related to a package being updated on which anaconda and anaconda-runtime depend. One of them is yum, the other RPM. Both important, base software without which Fedora wouldn't be Fedora. But so is anaconda.
What we do (as developers) to try and solve the issue, is;
- exclude the updated package(s) that break their compatibility with anaconda from the updates and updates-testing repositories in our default yum configuration files. This obviously only gets to the end-users when Revisor releases another update, and since configuration files cannot just be replaced ends up in an unused .rpmnew file.
- exclude the packages that pull in the package we excluded previously to prevent broken dependencies
- work around the issues that may occur in case the updated RPM is installed on the system doing the compose, and it results in any of these errors (anaconda-runtime's pkgorder vs. the RPM update not allowing duplicates in the transaction).