So, basically what happens is this: the LSB specifies the package versions that Linux distributions have to offer in 2011. Then, Debian Unstable will create the biggest repository in existence, and all distributions will derive from that (but that's not required). Fedora will have more bleeding edge stuff added to it, and all is good.
Then comes along Maya 2012, which is an LSB-2011 compliant package. It will work just like a normal distribution package, except that it won't depend on the bleeding edge stuff from Fedora for example. It will still just install everything it needs, and all dependencies will be there.