just wanted to chime in.
While it is true that it is not technically specific to Wordpress, and that Wordpress could be taken out of the question and it would still be complete, i think that misses the point.
The primary reason I've come to frequent stackexchange is because I find the answers useful. The average user is less concerned with the specifics of whether a question fits better on one domain of stackexchange or another, than whether they find what they are looking for, and what they find is useful.
This question is a good example of that. I'm just learning version control and would have had no idea that pushing Github to SVN is the same independent of Wordpress. Reading the questions AND answers (and this) helped me realize that. Thus, I think rather than taking a question that is - arguably - worthy of being closed / moved - might it be better to simply answer the question in a more wordpress specific manner?
Pushing from GitHub to SVN is a well documented process independent
of it being tied to wordpress. See xxxx answer. Many people find it
useful to host on both as seen in zzzz answer.
While it would lead to some redundancy across the site's, a person like me searching "Github Wordpress SVN" might be more likely to find this very useful question.
Again, if its somehow detrimental to the system, then please dis-regard this. But overall, I see a fair amount of useless / terribles Questions floating about - while this one may be redundant, I find it very useful.