I'd say that this was about time: http://www.isocpp.org/
Better late than never though... :-)
From their About page:
Standard C++ Foundation
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Standard C++ Foundation is a Washington 501(c)(6) not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to support the mission of isocpp.org
to promote the correct understanding of modern Standard C++ and facilitate its use on all compilers and platforms.
In particular, two near-term goals of that mission are:
1) To promote dissemination of correct and up-to-date information about modern C++.
2) To promote greater availability of high-quality C++ libraries, including both standard libraries (by reducing barriers to submitting and adopting libraries in Standard C++ itself) and community libraries (by having an organized, and ideally tool-supported, way for C++ developers to discover and use libraries).
The Foundation is funded by sponsor members, book royalties, and in the future possibly other sources. It uses these funds primarily for isocpp.org
website development and maintenance expenses, and in the future possibly in other ways that benefit the C++ community such as commissioning new articles or sponsoring conferences.