Stream queries
Stream allows you to specify flexible queries. Here are some of the most commonly used queries.

Open issues

You can use is:open to create a Stream to view issues in an open (unclosed or unmerged) state. For example, to view an open issue in the nodejs/node repository, you can create a Stream with the following query
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repo:nodejs/node is:open is:issue
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However, Jasper does not recommend using is:open to create a Stream because Jasper will not be able to detect when the Stream is closed from open to closed.
This is a limitation of Jasper's polling of the GitHub Search API
So when using is:open, you should use the Filter Stream instead of the regular Stream. Filter Stream can be used to apply custom filters to a normal Stream. In the previous example, this would look like
Stream
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repo:nodejs/node is:issue
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Filter Stream
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is:open
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For more information about Filter Stream, see "Filter Stream" in the reference.
The same restrictions apply to close, merge and draft states.

Team mentioned issues

To view Team mentioned issues, use team:ORGNAME/TEAMNAME. For example, to view issues where @jekyll/owners are mentioned, create a Stream with a query like this
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team:@jekyll/owners
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GitHub Docs: Search by team mention

User involved issues

To view issues involving a particular user, use the involves:USERNAME. For example, to see the issues involving a defunkt or jlord, create a Stream with a query like this
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involves:defunkt involves:jlord
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The involves:USERNAME is a useful query to specify author, assign, mention, comment, and review-requested all together.

Repository and organization issues

To view issues in a specific repository, use repo:USERNAME/REPOSITORY. For example, to view issues in the nodejs/node or electron/electron repositories, you would create a Stream with a query like this
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repo:nodejs/node repo:electron/electron
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To view a specific Organization issue, use org:ORGNAME. For example, to view issues of the nodejs or electron Organization, you can create a Stream with a query like this
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org:nodejs org:electron
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Issues with milestones and labels

You can view issues with a specific milestone by using milestone:MILESTONE_NAME. For example, to see an issue with a milestone of 13.0.0 or 14.0.0 in the nodejs/node repository, create a Stream with a query like this
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repo:nodejs/node milestone:13.0.0 milestone14.0.0
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You can view issues labeled with a specific label using label:LABEL_NAME. For example, to view an issue labeled build and zlib in the nodejs/node repository, create a Stream with the following query
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repo:nodejs/node label:build label:zlib
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If multiple labels are specified, it is an and condition.
For milestones and labels that contain spaces, specify them as milestone: "foo bar".

Issues containing the keywords

To view issues containing specific keywords, use the KEYWORD. For example, to see issues containing the octocat and github, create a Stream with the following query
AND condition
OR condition
NOT condition
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octocat github
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octocat OR github
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octocat NOT github
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Keywords including multi-byte characters and spaces should be specified as "foo bar".

Exclusionary specification

You can use -QUALIFIER to exclude a specific repository, label or etc . For example, to view issues in the nodejs organizaton that do not contain a nodejs/node repository and a bug label, you can create a Stream with a query like this
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org:nodejs -repo:nodejs/node -label:bug
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GitHub Docs: Exclude certain results
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