As said by Marek in his recent dev blog post https://blog.marekrosa.org/2014/12/space-engineers-exploration-call-for_3.html and as indicated in the poll linked in it, it seems very likely that Keen will use our workshop added ships as a base for adding exploration content. I'm all for this idea, but feel there needs to be some sort of additional interaction from our side before a ship or station get seeded into a game world. As Marek said, some ships are simply not suitable. This is either due to copyright, using modded blocks, or just junk submitted for other purposes than gameplay such as bug fixing. I would like to see some sort of "submit" button or similar added to the workshop for this. Perhaps we could tag our creations with "Game Seedable" or something along those lines, to indicate that we've built this particular thing to be suitable for inclusion into the procedurally generated game world for other players to discover. Naturally, Keen always has the final say on which creations to include, but with this they'd have a starting point instead of having to manually inspect every single construct in the steam workshop, wasting time and money better spent on actual development. Also, this would instantly dispel any and all arguments about creative ownership of a certain design (no matter how legal or not it may be). If you tag your ship with this, you forfeit any right you had to complain about it, and in return you (might) get your stuff added in the base game. I know I'd do it. How about you?