i'm afraid no, i don't know to do anything useful in windows. Anything related to script or programming languages seems particulary tedious. (last time i tried to, we installed Ubuntu as a dual boot in 20 minutes, after trying for 2 hours in vain to properly install MiKTeX.)
However i am certain the python scripts will work in windows, that's where they were they must have been made after-all, on linux (or BeOS afaik) gnu make is the much easier approach.
Unless someone posts something here, The Hood or Wernieman should know the mose.py devs, i think they had to sort out some problems when setting up the pak128.britain nightly.