Indeed, he's no fan at all.
Reading through his late Friday post, in which he calls Apple's program a "giant joke," it's fairly clear as to why: even in Apple's attempt to open up the iPhone, the company keeps it rigidly closed.
The thing that I found most interesting in Zac's post is the mention of Section 3.3.14 in Apple's SDK license agreement. It betrays an odd (and wrong) understanding of open source from Apple:
If Your Application includes any FOSS [free and open-source software], You agree to comply with all applicable FOSS licensing terms. You also agree not to use any FOSS in the development of Your Application in such a way that would cause the non-FOSS portions of the SDK to be subject to any FOSS licensing terms or obligations.… Read more