Wrestling with Python

In my attempt to write idiomatically correct python code.  I laid out the following structure.

Define classes using args and kwargs

class SyncFileMetadata:
    file_type = ""

    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        if 'file_type' in kwargs:
            self.file_type = kwargs.get('file_type')
from datetime import datetime, timezone
import pytz
import os
from sync_file_metadata import SyncFileMetadata

class SyncArguments:
    verbose = False
    debug = False
    filename = ""
    output = os.curdir
    is_exact = False

    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        if 'verbose' in kwargs:
            self.verbose = kwargs.get('verbose')
        if 'debug' in kwargs:
            self.debug = kwargs.get('debug')
        if 'output' in kwargs:
            self.output = kwargs.get('output')
        if 'filename' in kwargs:
            self.filename = kwargs.get('filename')
            if len(self.filename) > 0:
                if os.path.isabs(self.filename):
                    temp = os.path.basename(self.filename)
                    file_metadata = SyncFileMetadata.parse(temp)
                    self.filename = self.filename.upper()
                    file_metadata = SyncFileMetadata.parse(self.filename)

Then construct the main entry program as such using the common argparse library

import argparse
import glob
import threading
from time import sleep
import sys
import datetime
import os

def parse_arguments():
    """ Creates an ArgumentParser, adds arguments and options, and then returns
    the populated name space
            Populated namespace
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
    parser.add_argument("-i", "--input", dest="input_file", help="input file or pattern", default="")
    return parser.parse_args()

def sync_arguments():
    args = parse_arguments()
    return sync_files

def sync_action(command_args):
    except Exception as ex:
        print("Failed to create file {0} because {1}".format(..., ex))

def main():
    commands = []
    for current_sync_command in sync_arguments():
        if bool(parse_arguments().sequential):
            commands.append(threading.Thread(target=sync_action, args=(current_sync_command,)))

    if len(commands) > 0:
        [current.start() for current in commands]
        [current.join() for current in commands]

if __name__ == "__main__":
    print('Starting {0}'.format(str(sys.argv)))

Gives the general idea