Could sspipe module be included as part of Python's Standard Library?

sspipe allows to use syntax such as:

from sspipe import p, px
import numpy as np
import pandas as pd

  np.linspace(0, pi, 100) 
  | p({'x': px, 'y': np.sin(px)}) 
  | p(pd.DataFrame)
  | px[px.x > px.y].head()
  | p(print, "Example 6: pandas and numpy support:\n", px)
The issue in Python's Bug Tracker is:
Any Core Python Developer willing to support this PEP?
Thank you,
Juan Telleria