Short answer: not right now.
Longer answer: this is definitely something that we want to do. So why not right now?
First, because we are currently consolidating the user experience on our current IDE/languages offering, to maximize the value for a majority of current users - on the JetBrains front, the Java crowd represents a large part of our users and we still have a few wrinkles to iron out.
Then, there is a lot of “under-the-hood” work happening right now on the JS and TS analyzers, and we prefer to wait for the dust to settle on that front, to be able to work on a stable basis for the IntelliJ and/or WebStorm integration.
Finally, we are currently expanding the team, which means we should have more bandwidth allocated to SonarLint next year