For anyone who isn’t aware, there is a site call http://phptherightway.com, which is a summary of good (dare I say, best?) practices for writing PHP in 2016.
In addition, there now exists http://phpthewrongway.com, whose aim is to provide a kind of counterbalance to http://phptherightway.com and what is presently mainstream PHP culture. This article is a rebuttal to the arguments found in http://phpthewrongway.com.
Some people have way too much time on their hands. That said, I did enjoy reading phpthewrongway.com — I’m definitely more aligned with “the wrong way” of thinking about these things.