1.19.1 is now out, we've upgraded, yay.. And what's next is potentially 1.19.2, but I haven't heard anything about it, and otherwise probably 1.20, but we haven't heard anything about that version either yet.
For 1MB, we're working on updating all the spawn areas in each world, and then we're working on the event worlds and some popular warp locations. Followed by a fun season of events this Thanksgiving, Halloween, and Christmas period.
Let's enjoy building, survival, gaming, oneblock, and more as a community of friends
Mojang has released 1.19.2, we will be focussing on the event worlds, as well as offering a stable 1.19.2 experience. If Mojang releases 1.19.3, we will update, otherwise I assume the next update will be 1.20.
The performance of 1.19 has been matching 1.18, we haven't seen a reason yet to move away from the I7 to M1, but we've spread the workload between the two. We will revisit this with 1.20.
Fall Season (sept 21st) update included bump to java19 on 1.19.2.
Next is perhaps newer 1.19.x builds and otherwise 1.20, and further updates to existing plugins, worlds, and java. Maybe the OS gets a boost.
Mojang has released snapshots for 1.19.4, and we're on 1.19.3 right now. Next experimental features are 1.20 bundled. So next for us will either be staying on 1.19.3 and skipping .4, waiting for 1.20, or we go to 1.19.4 if we can, and then to 1.20 when we can.
We're on 1.20.2, aiming at 1.20.3 and 1.21, which have been semi-announced by Mojang through their events and snapshots. The focus right now is to get a stable 1.20.2 first, finish this years's events and take a break in January.