Now that being said, I am glad to see Mik spin it into Mass Effect (can't wait to see rules his write up!) and Hereticwerks takes it into all sort of cool different realms, and Porky has given it a good 40k-esque spin too. That gives me hope!
To that end I will post an adventure I have run using Rogue Space. Its kind of a window into how I run adventures and the style of game I use Rogue Space for in general. From a referee's perspective, it's going to take work. I I have outlines of the big stuff, but leave things open for the players do what they like. It's a sandbox of sorts...but with a specific goal...and the players get to decide how to achieve it. So the referee has to be on his toes and do some fast thinking as it encourages the players to "figure it out" and the referee has to react and be ready for crazy stuff players may decide to do.
I plan on posting it (for free) as a download this weekend, the adventure is called Obake.
Second, I posted a survey on whether or not to make an ebook version of he rules for sale. It would retail for $7 if I did it, so vote and let me know.
Rogue Transmissions #1 is shaping up. Articles and Art from Hereticwerks, Porky's expanse, and yours truly will be in the first issue. hopefully their will be a second, but your support will determine that!