About a year ago I made a big but messy conservative PyGTK AIO now it's time for experimental stuff :-)
After testing GTK-3.3.6, I think they are much closer to a "usable" stage in win32 port. So why don't we try that in python...
Technically this pygobject-3.0.3 is more like pygi in the inside and IMO "PyGI" sounds cooler too ah well..
Here is win32 binary pygobject and pycairo for python 3.2
24-01-12 Added WebkitGTK3 1.7.4 very unstable due to unstable Glib
20-01-12 Added WebkitGTK3 1.6.1 very unstable due to unstable Glib, added Clutter-1.8.2 and MX-1.4.1
17-01-12 Added GTK3 3.3.6 with broadway and Glade. to use broadway set environment variables: GDK_BACKEND=broadway and BROADWAY_DISPLAY=[some port number]
AIO runtimes for GI, GTK, Clutter/MX, Webkit, Gstreamer, GDA and Telepathy are planned later as well as supplementary apps like Glade-3 and Gtranslator. And if I in mood maybe a win64 binary too, however installer are not planned (I'm tired of NSIS)
I already played with MX and whooah you should try this OpenGL (bitmap/css skinnable) GUI library! it's very cool, as sleek as QtQuick!
be warned that this is mingw binaries, I'll assume you know the potential issues. Last weekend I've tried to compile python 3.2 with WDK (the infamous msvcrt.dll linking trick) the whole night but given up after several unreferenced functions. OTOH tried to compile the whole GTK3 with mingw against msvcr90 but also failed.