Anahita 0.9.3 Now Available To Our Partners

We would like to announce the release of Anahita 0.9.3 (Code Catmint) to our partners and the immediate start of the version 0.9.4 development following the Anahita roadmap

Anahita Social Engine ™ Person's Profile

The focus of version 0.9.3 has been to improve the Anahita templating, revise a standard CSS tag structure, and refactor all the Views so the core team and partners could start developing and configuring their project sites. We have also put in just about good enough basic tools for those who wish start developing social apps by using the Anahita Social ™ Discussions and Photos as the first blue prints for developing social apps.

Developing templates for Anahita is now not much different than developing templates for Joomla, the only issue that we are still dealing with is that Anahita is using the Mootools 1.2.3 and Joomla 1.5 is still using Mootools 1.1 so if there are modules that are developed for the old version of Mootools they may not work in the Anahita environment.

All the template outputs, social engine and social apps CSS code are over-writable at the template level. We are also looking into ways so even the Javascript libraries will become re-writable so those who wish to write their own custom javascript code for a particular social web project be able to do so.

We will be writing a blog post about template customization for Anahita, and thanks to the Joomla’s superb template engine and Nooku Framework, Anahita is now powered with one of the finest template engines available today.

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Presenting Anahita Social ™ Engine at Vancouver DemoCamp 7

We have been presenting Anahita Social Engine ™ at the Vancouver Demo Camp 7 hosted in WorkSpace last Tuesday (July 7th). We would like to thank our wonderful friends Boris Mann, Sonia Ryan, and Roland Tanglao from the Bootup Entrepreneurial Society who provided this great opportunity for us to present our project to a crowd of 60~80 people and have the opportunity to hear the BuddyPress presentation at the same place by the great folks from the Automattic.Thank you Roland for the great video that you’ve made.

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Anahita ™ Roadmap has been posted

rmd Studio Blog launch

We have posted the roadmap for the versions 0.9.3, 0.9.4, and 0.9.5
Please consider that the dates and the roadmap are subject to change, but this list should provide an overall snapshot of the project’s goals for those who are interested.

If you have any questions you please either post them here as a comment or ask us on Twitter ( @anahitapolis )

If you are interested in having early access to the code and learn about development using Anahita ™ from the core team and other partners you can become a partner

Anahita™ will be showing skin at the DemoCamp Vancouver 07

Vancouver DemoCamp - photo by Megan Cole
Vancouver DemoCamp – photo by Megan Cole

On July 7th 2009 we will be doing a presentation of Anahita Social Engine ™ at the 7th Vancouver DemoCamp. There will also be people from the BuddyPress project presenting their project in the same day. We are thrilled to be presenting in the same day with them since BuddyPress has been one of the projects that we have always admired.

This is event is named “Return of DemoCamp”. You can read more about the history of DemoCamp Vancouver on the Barcamp wiki. The theme of this event is about Social Web Platforms.


July 7th, 2009. Buzz 400 – #21 Water Street, Gastown, Vancouver to come up to WorkSpace.

  • 6pm – 6:10pm Introductions
  • 6:10pm – 6:30pm 30 second pitches (non scheduled pitches) + voting + networking
  • 6:30pm – 7:15pm featured presentations
  • 7:15pm – 8:00pm 5 x 6 minute pitches

The event is free but requires registration as we have limited space at WorkSpace. If you want to present, please pick a Pitch Presenter ticket and fill out a short description of your concept.

To Register

please go to this page



Thanks to WorkSpace for donating their space.

Our special thanks to Mr. Boris Mann and other wonderful people at the Bootup Entrepreneurial Society