pierrekilly commented on issue #1160: Add support for Bcrypt password hashing
URL: https://github.com/apache/couchdb/pull/1160#issuecomment-365265915
   Thanks @wohali for your review! I have to say this is the first time I 
contribute to a big opensource project, and the first time I work with Erlang!
   So If I understand well, I should at least do the following:
   - not use the default `iterations` that is used for PBKDF2 but create a new 
`log_rounds` config entry with its own default
   - rollback my change in pbkdf2's default iterations (if something should be 
fixed there, it should be fixed in a dedicated branch / commit / PR)
   Once this is done, **how should I proceed to work on a feature branch**? 
I've followed [the given 
 but maybe I made something wrong?
   I don't have a strong opinion about bcrypt vs. pbkdf2. I know both are great 
with there pros and cons. I happened to use Bcrypt so far and I have several 
dozens of thousands of user accounts who's passwords are stored in my MySQL 
database and as I want to migrate to CouchDB (because it's awesome!), the best 
for me is to have it support Bcrypt, so I can just import my user accounts 
without requiring any actions from them.

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