Thanks Forfantone for pointing this out.
Key decisions reached in Rio (FIFA.com)
Click on the "Click here to relive the Media Conference." link on that page.
Forward to 37:52 where FIFA Secretary General, Jérôme Valcke answers a question regarding the draw for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Here's his answer:
"As the FIFA president said, there are only 11 countries which are already qualified. At the beginning we thought that we could give an information about the draw at this Executive Committee meeting, but we still need to see if Argentina will qualify, some teams which are really in the top teams in order to understand how it will work. And clearly we will follow the FIFA ranking system and again you will see the teams, the top teams, and we will divide them in these different pots, but again it's too early and when we'll have all the teams qualified then there will be an information at the Organizing Committee which is taking place I think on the 1st or 2nd of December then there will be a ratification by the Executive Committee on the 3rd and unfortunately in a way because I will be the one drawing the balls and doing this draw, we will have to wait until the end of the 3rd of December to know exactly the process of the draw, of the final draw for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. So you can be sure that the best teams will be seeded as it is the case all the time, but how exactly teams will be divided it's too early to say."