OpenLeaks is an organization that seeks to achieve the same ends as WikiLeaks by different means. It won't ever directly publish confidential information itself (and in fact won't even be able to read submissions), but will act as a conduit for whistleblowers to anonymously leak classified data to the world's media. The organization was co-founded by Daniel Domscheit-Berg, an ex-WikiLeaks spokesman who wrote Inside Wikileaks: My Time with Julian Assange at the World's Most Dangerous Website.
In an interview with The Awl, Domscheit-Berg opens up as much as he can about his organization. Topics covered include his thoughts on Assange, potential Kickstarter projects, and a shadowy programmer known as 'The Architect' who crippled WikiLeaks by defecting to OpenLeaks and taking his code with him.