In the Actions Terms of Service:
It talks about the various things you can’t use “Actions” for, but the wording seems geared around paid-for hosted Actions.
Do these limitations still apply if you’re running your own self-hosted runner?
For example, the point:
Actions should not be used for… the provision of a stand-alone or integrated application or service offering Actions or any elements of Actions for commercial purposes;
If this were to apply to self-hosted runners, then it seems to imply cloud providers wouldn’t be able to charge users for the resources used to provision their own self-hosted runners.
Can GitHub confirm that these Terms of Service only apply to hosted Actions, and not self-hosted runners?