David Wiley argues, "The problems the open education community faces with regard to OER are not the problems of common pool resources – problems of overuse and depletion that we solve through shared governance and accountability." Quite so. We doesn't actually need 'governance' of OER at all. People can license their content however they want, and people can use whatever they're licensed to use. Wiley continues: "The problems we face with OER are the problems of public goods – issues related to under-production and free-riding." All we need to make OER work are OER - and if there's a shortage (as Wiley says there is, but I'm less sure) then all we need is public investment, as we do for other public goods.