No. The Skylark system is complex and made up of dozens of parts - software servers and hardware device drivers, custom/out-of-tree kernel modules even. Providing them as debs isn’t going to work, will be impossible to setup and use for vast majority of people, will constantly break whenever some dependency updates, and the effort is completely out of proportion to any value it might offer. Also, generic armbian systems (or other distros for that matter), are VERY fragile on sdcards. And a full blown armbian system uses up way too much of the system RAM and CPU to serve as a useful base for skylark.
I am unable to replicate this - I have had boards up for days. Is anyone else seeing this as well? Is the board otherwise fully operational - are you able to interact with the skylark UI, for example?