Integrate Squads into the Grape Dashboard

Integrate Squads into the Grape Dashboard

🧑‍🚀 Integrate Squads into the Grape Dashboard

Mission Budget: $2,000 USDC
Estimated Time: ~1 Week
Available to: Public

🎯 Mission Overview

The Grape Network provides the infrastructure for a new wave of decentralized social networking. They have a multitude of products, including Grape Access, Grape Dashboard, the Grape NFT DEX, and one of the best communities in the Solana ecosystem

Squads is the best multi-sig solution in the Solana ecosystem. Their product enables individuals, teams, and DAOs to self-custody their assets securely and transparently. The Grape DAO itself uses Squads as a vital piece of plumbing to power their sub-DAOs.

To drive more value in the Grape Dashboard product, the Grape DAO has decided to fund a Mission for a talented developer to integrate Squads directly into the Grape Dashboard. Once the integration is complete, users of the Grape Dashboard should be able to:

  • See what Squads they are a part of
  • View the transaction history for each Squad they are a part of
  • Get redirected to the to see details of any particular transaction.

The selected developer will be required to create the integration in the open-source repo for the Grape Dashboard. If you’re a composability maxi, a DAO lover, or just a talented developer looking to create something of value, this Mission is for you.

🛠️ Scope of Work:

  1. Note: there are design mock-ups and more detail available here.
  2. Create a new section on the dashboard called SQUADS;
  3. Display all squads of which the logged-in user is a member or owner in the new SQUADS section.
  4. Each squad will be a row in a table. This table should show for each squad: image, name, short description, # owners/members, type (multisig/team). If there are open proposals in a squad, the row should be marked so the user knows at a glance to take action. The mark can be highlighting the row or placing a small icon next to it e.g. a bell.
  5. If you click on a specific SQUAD, the frontend will display a drop-down list containing the squad’s transaction/proposal history in table format. If you click on it again, it will close this drop-down list.
  6. Transaction/proposal history table should show: name, description, author, transaction/proposal type, start date, end date, status (active, closed, …), an icon for direct viewing of the transaction/proposal in the
  7. We currently have the GOVERNANCE section which displays all the Realms where the logged in user has deposited governance tokens. This is a good example of what this proposal is trying to achieve.

😍 Ideal Talent Profile:

  • You have more than 6 months of experience working with Solana
  • You have an understanding of both the Grape Dashboard and Squads

Note: This Mission is funded by Grape, who will retain all IP around this project. Their team will work closely with you throughout the process to provide clarity, examples, and additional support where required.

🚀 Mission Screening Questions:

To apply for this Mission, you’ll need to craft a lighweight plan (~1 page or less) that answers the following questions:

  • What work have you done in the past that will make you successful on this project?
  • What are the hardest parts of the scope? Why are they difficult?
  • What questions do you need answered by the Grape team before you can begin work?

Please put the answers into a Google doc to include in your application. Make sure your visibility settings are set to “Anyone with the link” or your application will not be reviewed.

⚙️ Mission Logistics:

  1. Create a Google doc with your answers to the questions above.
  2. Apply for the Mission using the link above.
    1. Note that we are unable to provide individualised feedback on rejected applications at this time. Please keep that in mind before you apply.
  3. If you’re approved for the Mission, you will receive 25% of the funding up front, 25% halfway through the project, and the rest upon completion.

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