I've been writing a lot more Python automation scripts at work. One of the main challenges has been deploying these solutions on coworker's computers. They want access to automation but not everything warrants a web app. I had been going to their computer and installing the scripts and showing them how to configure it or doing it myself. This was tedious so I decided to write a small library that makes defining the configuration part of how you actually code the script or app you're working on. When you use the figgy library in your code it'll use Python to generate configurations when the code is run by an end user and they'll enter whatever configurable parts you need from them at that time.