"How about: "The Fedora/RH approach is good because it sells you on open
standards, then delivers them", as opposed to this product from IBM and
Canonical that sells you on open standards, then gives you proprietary
software running proprietary protocols. "
But he's not doing that, is he? What he's doing is basically whine and cry about Ubuntu, because he feels that Ubuntu is stealing his pet-projects thunder. He does not spend time trying to bring his offering in to positive light, he spend his time trying to drag the competitor down. It makes you think that "Since he doesn't talk about the positive features of his offering, does it mean that it has none?". And since he apparently defines his product through it's competitor, it also makes you think that the competiror has to be pretty good to get so much attention from him.
He's a very negative person. A whiner, if you will.