Easier to clear a jam
Can be limp wristed
More apt to jamming
May not function at contact distacne
Can't be limp wristed
Less likely to jam
Functions at contact distance
If jams, you're screwed
Slower to reload
I prefer autos for capacity and faster reload. While I love the ruggedness of the revolver, the reloading process can be a PITA, even with speed loaders.
Looking over the list in detail...
Capacity: Don't really need to explain this one, in center fire the most you'll see in a revolver is 8 and it's a beast.
Jam Clearing: Autos for the most part you're looking at Tap, Rack, Bang and while revolvers are less likely to jam, when they do it can take a lot to get it unjammed, you're looking at a tool or two minimum and maybe even gunsmith attention.
Limp wristing is a non-issue for revolver shooters and can plague auto shooters, even experienced ones when doing weak hand manipulations etc.
Reload: Autos are pretty straight forward, remove spent mag, insert new mag, chamber round as needed. With revolvers you've got speed strips, loose rounds, various speed loaders, moon clips, half moon clips...etc.
Operation at Contact Distance. Push the slide out of battery and 90% of autos are not going to fire, with a revolver you just keep pulling the trigger, unless the cylinder is bound up it will fire.
Overall manipulation: Revolver beats semi-auto in my book. If someone is not willing to put forth the effort in manipulating an auto, they are probably better off with a revolver.