Having certain modules blacklisted by default is a door you not want to open, because once you do,
where do you draw the line? It starts with module A. Then you add B, and C, and D, ...... Next thing
you know, members start posting that they want or need module C, which is now blacklisted by
default. One of Tinycores features is to be bootable out of the box with little to no effort by the majority
of users. Should an included module ever start causing problems for the majority of users, I suspect
that rather than be blacklisted by default, it would be moved to a tcz as an optional module.
Blacklisting is the responsibility of the end user, as it should be.