Therefore Ostrom's theory explicitly embraces community, business (a.k.a. technology) and governance (a.k.a. infrastructure) but wraps them in a common set of rules and goals to help promote trust and transparency. It still remains, of course, that not all aspects of community, business or governance will accept the common rules. It is not clear in practice if this matters too much. Once the benefits of complying are evident they will simply switch attitudes.