10.2 Global Blacklist

While our hardware maintainers bring up the device repos, other members of the team continue to improve our feature-set. 
Coming soon to CyanogenMod 10.2 - A global, generic Blacklist feature

With a lot of help from +Danny Baumann and drawables by +Björn Lundén,  I am pleased to say that we are very close to merging the new global, generic Blacklist feature into CM10.2.  

Core features include:
1) Global, generic Blacklist support within Security Settings, App security
2) Available to 3rd party apps via a new Content Provider API
3) Redesigned, Holo compliant interface
4) Supports wildcards and the blocking private and unknown numbers
5) Type or Select numbers from the Address Book (People)
6) Add numbers to the Blacklist from the In-call screen, the Call history screen, the Quick reply popup and the Messaging app Conversation screen 
7) Select the type of blocking to be enforced - incoming calls, messages or both
8) Intuitive interface allows for toggling the blocking on/off per number and type of blocking.
9) Allows for a number to be "whitelisted" for calls, messages or both (see attached image)
10) Configurable via the Settings, Phone and Messaging app
11) Displays notifications with an unblock action

Looking forward to the feedback
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