Yes I've been... slacking. A lot. I am so very sorry. However I finally sat down and re-did most of the spec file for uwsgi and the result is that I pushed it to updates , which I hope will come (at the very least) as a first-day upgrade after F21 actually lands.
If you use uWSGI and are willing to test it, please do so and let me know or, alternatively, leave karma/comments in bodhi.
There's a couple of outstanding bugs still in my uwsgi list, one of them is to (finally) package it for EL6 (which shouldn't be too hard) and the other is to add a SELinux policy which... yeah. I haven't the slightest clue how this can be done.
Looking at other packages, I am guessing the less painful or intrusive way would be to add an additional sub-package for uwsgi-selinux or similar, which people who do run with SELinux in targeted/enforced mode can easily install. In a later version perhaps it will be pulled from the get go, but I got a feeling this should suffice for now.
Related: I did browse the fedora wiki pages and found no information about this specific thing, i.e. "how to generate/package SELinux policies for packages that lack them so far." The wiki has been my one stop for mostly everything other packager-related doubts I've had in the past, and has worked perfectly fine for like every other thing, just need to browse the packaging guidelines category  and you will find mostly anything.
If anyone has pointers about SELinux policy packaging, kindly do let me know :)