Not yet, but that’s mostly just because we’re running on limited resources and time right now. Our plan for MyST is to see how people use it, what they like about it, whether it gains more adoption and interest from the community. We’d also like to add extensions (e.g. a Jupyter Lab extension, or a notebook extension) that add functionality for MyST markdown in Jupyter interfaces (this would be much easier if https://github.com/jupyterlab/jupyterlab/issues/272 happens, this is because MyST uses a python implementation of
If at some point there seems to be enough momentum and we think MyST has made the right technical and syntax choices, then we can build in more “core” support and, one day, potentially try and standardize some of its syntax within Jupyter. But I think it’d be a long road to that point - as I mentioned in the other thread, it would need to be a community discussion and decision, probably a JEP.
(happy to chat more about myst if it’s helpful)