Really cool discussion here.

My two cents, Jupyter & Kernel on various langage, which have a very
large community, could be an interesting backend for org-babel on
VSCode or anyeditoryouwantusehere. 

Lot of things start to appear to collaborate online around
online/scientific cnotebook/literate programing this last year, and that 
continue, for example i discover recently :
Stencila : https://github.com/stencila=

org-babel / org-mode outside of emacs has a great potential to lead an
alternative to other markdown (RStudio / Jupyter) solution.

Best regards

Le dimanche 24 mai 2020 à 06:06 -0700, Jack Kamm a écrit :
> It would be very good indeed for org-babel if it could be ported to
> other editors. One of the biggest drawbacks of org-babel notebooks is
> that I can't collaborate with my colleagues on them, since I can't
> expect them to use Emacs.
> Aside from VSCode, I think RStudio would be an excellent target for a
> few reasons:
> - Literate programming is already popular among R users (see also:
>   knitr, sweave, Rmarkdown)
> - There is a strong ob-R community here
> - There are some prominent Emacs users among the Rstudio developers
>   (e.g. Lionel Henry, who I think is both an Rstudio and ESS
> developer)
> However, this would be a massive undertaking, and ultimately would
> need
> a volunteer to step up to the plate. I don't have any bandwidth to do
> this in the foreseeable future but dream of working on it one day.
> The
> biggest downside -- it would require spending considerable time
> outside
> Emacs!

Sébastien Rey-Coyrehourcq
Research Engineer UMR IDEES

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