What is the software industry word/term/phrase for the saying "We'll cross the bridge when we will get there"?
I need to refer to a feature that can be deferred until its time comes.
For example, YAGNI ("You ain't gonna need it") is used for software features that won't be used, so they would be redundant to code — i.e. don't over-develop a feature.
Similarly, what will be a term for the feature in question? An acronym would be great, but WCBWGT doesn't quite cut it.
Update (adding example to provide more context)
The part 'not wasting any human resource' fits the bill for YAGNI. The context I meant was 'not wasting ... "yet" '
For example: Suppose your objective is to build an autonomous car that can do navigation (sprint 1), speech recognition (sprint 2), image analysis for road bumps (sprint 3) etc During design discussion in sprint 1, if someone wants to resolve or talk for resolution of cameras for image analysis - because that is clearly sprint 3, you would want to tell her "we will cross that bridge when we get there"