I wonder if this is significant, but, I was not precisely sure how to package them.
For the Homeworld Theme, I simply tarballed up the header and background image
with the css I am using (still titled "default.css") and a README
instructing the user to place the images in the toplevel dir of the installation,
and replace the default.css in /.blaze/style with the new on for the theme.
For the Layman Theme, I simply gzipped up the modified default.css
with a README instructing the user to, of course, use it to replace
the default.css in /.blaze/style
I figure that works. It does, however, relieve the user from the necessity
blaze-config blog.theme theme_name.html
blaze-config blog.style theme_name.css
so much, other than gunzipping or tar xfz-ing the relevant compressed package,
and moving the files around.
If they should be packaged otherwise, I'd be happy to do so if provided