OK, so I think I am starting to understand the social engine framework of Anahita, I get that it's not a Joomla extension but it has borrowed the web structure of Joomla, and so forth.
Now I am wondering how this can all work with content delivery. A huge part of my social site is delivering educational and helpful content to the community in the form of articles, links to outside resources, etc.
How does Anahita fit into this model?
Let me explain the premise of my community, and that might help you understand my question. The site is for women who want to have a baby and are looking for a private (free) sperm donor to assist them with this. We are the only FREE connection service for this community that has any kind of profile/connection/social media aspect (most are email lists or forums). There is a surprisingly large community of women and donors out there. The current spaces for this community are often loosely moderated if at all, and do not provide any education or research content for people to make sure they are being safe and smart with their health and legal concerns.
We started our site to provide a better place to search for and safely connect with this community, and in the meantime get access to good educational information, legal research, and outside services that can help people be smarter and safer. While the platform we are on is good for now, we will probably be upwards of 10,000 users within about 1.5 years, and I fear the community will outgrow the platform we have.
So where does Anahita fit into this model? Do I have a Joomla site for the content and send people offsite to the social engine, like you guys have with the blog here? What if I want Anahita people to be able to publish content in Joomla? Are the user databases able to work together?