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[Bug 364102] Re: Option to never show specific items


So - I am pretty sure that we want said events in the actual DB, because
they are valuable behavioral info. I can definitely see the idea in not
showing them in the GUI.

Perhaps we could drag some parts of the Blacklist extension from the
engine into a public lib, to easily serialize and deserialize a
collection of events. Then using Event.matches_template() (like the
blacklits ext. also does) would make it easy peasy implement this
feature in apps.

Option to never show specific items
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Bug description:
Some things are never interesting to have in the journal, because it's always open, set as browser start page, etc. So, I'd like a context menu option to "Never show this item".
Then maintain a blacklist of things that are always excluded from view.

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