I do see that, but it seems that he's only bemoaning having to use Microsoft's key. Otherwise, it looks like Fedora is planning to take UEFI seriously:
"Next we'll be adding support for verifying that the kernel it's about to boot is signed with a trusted key. And finally we'll be sanitising the kernel command line to avoid certain bits of functionality that would permit an attacker to cause even a signed kernel to launch arbitrary code. These restrictions will all vanish if secure boot is disabled."