No, the decision is a horrible idea. I failed to consider one peculiar feature of many modern Presta tubes, they have a removable valve core.
After getting a pinch flat, and repairing it, and pumping the tube to a high pressure, I removed the pump and proceeded to remove the Presta-to-Schrader adapter. It removed the entire valve core with it, immediately deflating the tube.
The second time I decided to tighten the Presta valve core really tight with a small adjustable wrench I fortunately happen to carry around always, and put the adapter on it really loose. After pumping again to full pressure, and removing the adapter, it again removed the entire valve core with it.
The third time I took apart the mini pump with roadside tools, reversed some parts inside it for Presta operation and had to pump up the tube a third time.
On Presta tubes without removable valve cores, Presta-to-Schrader adapters may work. However, removable valve cores usually are not very tight because you tighten against a rubber grommet, so there's a huge risk that when unscrewing the Presta-to-Schrader adapter, you unscrew the entire valve core along with it.
After thinking about this valve core removal incident that happened twice, I think I have an explanation. If tightening a valve core on a deflated tube really tight, and pumping up the tube to very high pressure, the pressure inside the tube acts to push the valve core away from the rubber grommet. Thus, the pressure makes it more likely that the valve core self-unscrews along with the Presta-to-Schrader adapter. So even if the Presta-to-Schrader adapter works perfectly on a deflated tube, it may fail to work on a tube with full pressure on it.
A possible solution to this problem might be to put the spare tube inside a tire and rim, inflate to full pressure, tighten the valve core really tight when the tube has pressure, then deflate and remove the tube to be used as a spare. However, this means a lot of work for every spare tube: it's impossible to use a tube bought freshly from a store, because it's mandatory to tighten the valve core really tight on a tube having full pressure in it. A lot of work for every new spare tube. And I'm still uncertain whether this will work, because testing it roadside would have been impossible.