They don't seem very happy to me...
Please understand I wasn't trying to criticise your guide. I was merely commenting on cjan's question and naming an alternative for those that don't want to do the whole install process the long way.
No they don't, do they? However, since none of them have commented my last post where I give them the cred and link from my page, as they rightfully deserve - I agree with them in that, they haven't posted any more objections, so I think they have accepted my tutorial, more or less (puhft! long sentence there).
How they would respond to an image, I don't know. I will however, once 64 bit version comes and after I have rewritten the tutorial for that and presented that on Arch Wiki, make an image. That Image will be presented on the Arch wiki first. If they don't give me a ceasse and desist, I will make a few images with various state of finishness. But one will be dead complete as a ready office computer with all one could need on a normal office - if it is in the repo. As far as I understand, the 64-bit version will use their ARM8-64 repo with a lot more packages then the Arm7-32 repo.
However, I've been looking at PINN - looks fun! I won't make anything like that. I will make more like a collection of dd/win32Imager -images. So from me: One OS, one image.