The Fedora Project provides many website to track the creation of the different packages, but they are poorly referenced by Google.
Here are the most important links according to me:
- Packages binaries: Packages allow you to search any binary package, view its version, its content, etc.
- Packages sources: Pagure allow you to browse sources of every packages of the distribution.
- Bug tracker: Fedora uses Red Hat instance of Bugzilla. To browse bugs, I highly recommend the use of the search button -> advanced search tab.
- Security bugs: There is currently no standalone Security Tracker in Fedora (contrary to Ubuntu, Debian or Arch Linux). The given link points to a Red Hat's bugtracker. In each bug page, you'll (probably) find a link to a Fedora specific issue in the "Depends on" field of each bug. You can also use Bohdi to find security bugs, but that's not really convenient.
Other interesting links: