@Trader13 I know it is frustrating, it really is, but I am certain there is nothing to worry about.
Keo is here, you can contact him on Slack or via an email, he is likely just quite busy at the moment resolving cases like yours.
I know Bisq users tend to be quite security conscious, it makes sense that they are, I am myself.
But this time everything should be fine. It is an unfortunate scenario that should be fixed soon.
We are getting real close to DAO and full decentralization of the project, more user control is natural when this happens and fail-safe mechanisms are bound to be developed soon after the DAO goes online.
For now I just think you can be patient. Your btc aren’t going anywhere, they are safe and sound in a multisig. You and other trader have they keys to unlock it and should be able to. Bitcoin doesn’t know the difference between users unlocking their funds after a successful Bisq trade or after it failed to execute in a max trade period. Security behind it rests on the same concept, so there is nothing to worry about, I can assure you, as long as you keep your private keys (or your seed words).