This seems to be missing gnome-settings-daemon-3.37.92-1.fc33 , which means the gnome-shell update it contains cannot be installed:
- nothing provides gnome-settings-daemon(x86-64) >= 3.37.1 needed by gnome-shell-3.37.92-5.fc33.x86_64
Enabling opencv in gstreamer1-plugins-bad-free adds ~90 deps to the package, including a whole pile of Java stuff, and these get pulled into at least the KDE live and maybe other lives too. That's not good. For Rawhide I've rebuilt with opencv disabled again for now, but it could probably be enabled but moved to a subpackage to isolate the deps.
https://openqa.fedoraproject.org/tests/655273 is a false fail in a check that packages from the update which should have been installed actually were; it relies on a certain ordering in
rpm -q output which for some reason didn't happen. I'll try and figure it out, but it's not a bug in the update and can safely be ignored.
The other two openQA failures are caused by known F33 bugs and affect all updates, they can also be ignored.
For the record, there's more change in this update than there really should be. There is a policy, though I've been lax in enforcing it lately, that updates during freeze should contain only as much change as is necessary to fix accepted blocker/FE bugs. This obviously changes a lot more, going by the description.
I guess we'll take it for now, but take this as advanced warning we might start being stricter about this again in future...
the failure of the upgrade test is a known bug that happens on all F33 update tests, if you check the comments tab you'll see a link to the bug that flags this: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1871990