I have a bunch of python scripts I've put together that cut down on busy work, but I'd like to be able to share them in an easier-to-use format for others to be used internally. The scripts aren't accessing anything local, just open API's across a couple web apps.
a) Users wouldn't have to have a python compiler installed
b) They can be using Windows when running it.
c) It's simple enough they can just click something, and it will work.
I've tried some of the Windows Python executable compilers, but none have really worked well and I was considering just uploading it to a webserver and putting up some basic password access protection around it
Any suggestions for sharing scripts?