The public is rightly outraged that the DNC was biased in this nominee race. I think that many people will call for Democratic National Convention reform in light of the WikiLeaks-released audio files. It is unfair that Democratic donors did not want to let Sanders have the chance to speak at the convention, and something needs to be done to ensure biasm doesn't plague the convention in the future.
There will likely be reforms in the next few years. It is unclear who these donors were or why they wanted him to not speak, but this is only one thing that will lead to some major changes. The citizens are very unhappy about how things are handled and they need to change.
I think the WikiLeaks releases are sad, but they have done the country a great service. The Democratic party leaders have proven that they cannot be trusted. The party members need to demand reform even before this election, and they need to look further into Hillary's part in all this.
I do not see the desire for any reforms. The status quo, however ineffective and corrupt, seems to be the choice of delegates and party members. These issues are not new; we are just more uniformed due to the prevalence of sites such as WikiLeaks, and the 24-hour news phenomenon.