According to me, since for Windows we're utilising what can be essentially called a replica of Linux Bash Terminal, there is no need to add new features at the moment. Installation should and will remain the same as we have on POSIX systems
That's the whole point of this type of Windows support
On the other hand, a conda recipe can be very useful for the scholars who have less expertise with command line.
@kylepjohnson Building packages for Conda requires a Conda recipe in YAML and a shell script for instructions on building the recipe. Since we currently have a PyPI package, conda can easily create a skeleton YAML recipe and shell script for us using command conda skeleton.
I am only worried about building of C libraries for the conda recipe, which I believe shouldn't be too complicated.