Aside from the occasional /r/jokes jab at Ellen Pao, Reddit seems to be back to what it was a few days ago. Nothing seems to have come of the protest, other than priming the next admin screwup to make a slightly larger impact.
Part of the reason, I believe, was the closed doors of voat and loaded servers on other link aggregators. Redditors had no quick, familiar platform to stream to immediately, so most of the 'refugees' seem to have returned with nothing but a shred of unease in the back of their minds, dormant until the next issue pops up. This was more or less expected, honestly - there was no way a mass exodus was going to succeed with one small swoop like this, even though it was the biggest so far. The admins would need to make a digg-level series of mistakes in order for that to happen.