BBQLinux is an user-friendly Linux distribution made for Android Developers and for enthusiasts who want to test a bit of Arch Linux. It has everything on board to build AOSP or AOSP-based Distributions like OmniROM or CyanogenMod. It’s based on Arch Linux and uses Rolling Release system. BBQLinux uses Arch repositories so its a direct Arch derivative, for example Manjaro is based on Arch but uses their own repositories.
I would recommend BBQLinux to anyone who wishes to test Arch before installing on a production system or desktop, anyone who wishes to compile Android ROMS or in general anyone who wants a really good distro based on Arch. The installation is pretty straight-forward, uses Mate as default DE, it should be really easy to change DE, it would be just a walk through Arch Wiki.
Uses LightDM as default display manager
BBQLinux has his own graphical installer called bbqlinux-installer
Comes with preinstalled Android SDK
Preinstalled Yaourt for managing AUR packages
Installation is straightforward, just like an ubuntu installation.
For BBQLinux community on Google Plus https://plus.google.com/communities/106642342159578225975
For BBQLinux specific repository: http://bbqlinux.org/packages.html