That depends highly on what you define as "reaction". On Information Security, the general reaction to the topic was that people showed their disappointment in how Stack Exchange is handling the entire situation.
Two moderators resigned, and another moderator expressed continued erosion of trust to the company. I personally stopped any moderation tasks, such as voting, editing, flagging and reviewing. Given the amount of low-quality questions that subsequently came to the frontpage, I assume several others did the same.
Was there any snarky or light-hearted reaction to brighten the moods? No, not that I am aware of. People felt hurt, people felt disrespected, people felt like all the work and effort they put into the community was essentially wasted. And that was not a good feeling.
After a brief discussion with a moderator, I continued my moderation tasks again. Not because I suddenly enjoyed providing value to a company that doesn't value me, but because I care about the community and want to see it in good shape - though this is more of a personal anecdote than anything generally related to Sec.SE.