On this RFA, he/she said below to the user who voted oppose and gave negative comments.
After that, he/she explained the reason as follows.
He/she reported to T&S without answering any point. Improper use of T&S. This is a very personal use.
In these inappropriate remarks and actions, the Japanese Wikipedia has a discussion request for block(RFB)
As on other sites, he/she said:
He/she was advised to resign from stewardship twice, but he/she declined them. (1, 2)
I'm posting this logout because rxy is scared. All opposition to him/her could be reported to T&S and subject to global sanctions. Also may be locked due to the abuse of his/her right. Since he/she is a checkuser of the loginwiki, he/she can see the personal information of me and other objectors. He/she was also said be able to see them at logstash, on an external site, Twitter (his/her tweet).
From the above, I think rxy is not suitable as a steward. Please comment from various perspectives. Although it is not the time for confirmation, I think we need to remove his/her steward flag as soon as possible. --22.214.171.124 00:19, 27 May 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Why on earth would rxy be banned as a Wikimedia steward. He is (1) a vandalism fighter (2) always blocks ISECHIKA socks. I strongly Oppose, without a doubt. 126.96.36.199 00:31, 27 May 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I think this unrelated to his many services. He had also worked as an administrator, oversight, checkuser, and bureaucrat on Japanese Wikipedia. But, these things have made his support for adminship almost gone. On the contrary, many people want to his block. At the moment, his RFB (request for block) has 19 support. This means that two-thirds want the block. --188.8.131.52 02:37, 27 May 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Comment The review process for stewards takes place annually in alignment with the election of new stewards. This process of anonymous comment by IP addresses is poisonous and should cease, especially those specious claims of abuse of checkuser rights at loginwiki. Processes and roles at jaWP are separate from their duties as a steward. Claims of abuse of use of stewards tools can be referred to Trust and Safety, Ombudsman Commission or discussed with Stewards, as they are the only group who can either review and act depending on the breaches claimed. — billinghurstsDrewth 21:47, 27 May 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
rxy has lost all rights on Japanese Wikipedia. Also, he was banned from Japanese Wikipedia for half a year. He did a great deal of harm to Wikimedia projects, including Japanese Wikipedia. The riot he caused with steward right in Japanese Wikipedia destroyed the community that was working to compile the encyclopedia. Other stewards should immediately remove his steward right. He is very harmful to the development of Wikimedia projects. --184.108.40.206 22:39, 25 June 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Strong oppose I found today this comment page by coincidence. I do not understand what the IP users insist. I read the Japanese documents throughly, but a real problem was not found to me. There is nothing wrong to express he or her opinion. It seemed that he only performed his duties by expressing a comment like that. His comments mentioned above does not contain any threat indeed. What's more, "comment by IP addresses is poisonous and should be ceased, especially those specious claims", thus I agree too. If this is really a matter, an account user should claim, instead of IP users. --Green (talk) 12:28, 15 August 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Comment jaWP can manage their rights, and their problems, there is no requirement to discuss someone's rights from that wiki here. Stewards rights are reviewed annually, and that is the place for the review of this steward's use of the tools. Concerns for Ombudsman can and should be made that way, and not advertised here, they will investigate as they need to for issues that fit within their domain. Come back in February and from a validated account that meets the criteria have your opinion then. I suggest that this be closed with no action required, utilise existing processes. — billinghurstsDrewth 13:34, 8 November 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]