We tweeted from WisCon’s twitter account last week about the timeline for the subcommittee discussing complaints brought against Jim Frenkel. This information was posted in response to a number of questions we had been receiving:
Each harassment subcommittee will produce a public statement after it has concluded.
The Frenkel subcommittee hopes to have a decision by 7/11, private informing of involved parties by 7/15, and a public announcement by 7/18.
Now that the Frenkel subcommittee has established a process for other subcommittees to follow, the Bergmann subcommittee is in the process of being formed, and has not yet started to meet.
Apologies for not posting this to our other four social media presences sooner – the social media team was away from the internet over the holiday weekend.