First, here's Scott's preamble about his approach to Effective C++11:
I've mentioned in some earlier posts that I plan to start writing a new book, Effective C++11. The purpose of this post is to tell you a little bit about it. Lest there be confusion, let me emphasize that there is no book yet. If everything falls into place the way I hope it will, there will be a book about 10 months from now. If. I'm not making any promises. [...]
As a followup, Scott then posted an early draft list of candidate Items for Effective C++11 as part of this post:
[...] At last year's C++ and Beyond, I gave a talk entitled "Initial Thoughts on Effective C++11." It had my usual guideline format. I also gave a talk on "Secrets of the C++11 Threading API," which consisted of observations about C++11's threading support. The material in those talks, combined with the feedback I got from giving them and mixed in with my experience explaining the idea of universal references, ultimately yielded the initial list of candiate Items for EC++11. The current snapshot of my vision for Effective C++11 is: [...]
At least a million developers are looking forward to your book, Scott!