No offense, Greg, but my blogpost recognizes that. I state explicitly that institutions didn’t understand the real ethos of open and funded the quantifiable parts only. I also, however, see openness as a mindset as also privileged. Not every institution lets every teacher do whatever they want. Some open pedagogy requires tiny investment and if institutions don’t support it, and the people can’t pay put of pocket it’s a problem. And recognition for promotion and tenure is key. And adjuncts, minorities and grad students take risks with open mindsets