This is just an FYI, not a question (question can be assumed answered):
I just installed Ubuntu 18.04.1 64-bit SERVER EDITION on my Intel Compute Stick STCK1A8LFC (1.33 GHz Atom Z3735F, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage) and it installs and runs. eMMC and SD cards are detected immediately during install. I'm not sure if WiFi and Bluetooth work, because I rely on a USB to Ethernet adapter since this is running as a server.
I created a live USB by downloading the Ubuntu 18.04.1 64-bit SERVER EDITION ISO file and burning to a USB drive with Etcher. With a powered USB hub, keyboard and mouse, I pressed F10 to boot from the USB and wiped the internal drive clean and did a fresh installation.
I'm running the latest BIOS available at the time of this writing (BIOS Version 0038 - FCBYT10H.86A.0038.2018.0802.1745)
I'm mainly writing this because I thought I needed to do the whole isorespin.sh thing (https://linuxiumcomau.blogspot.com/2017/06/customizing-ubuntu-isos-documentation.html https://linuxiumcomau.blogspot.com/2017/06/customizing-ubuntu-isos-documentation.html) but turns out that it isn't fully required anymore, at least for my needs. Might be needed for other functionality though.