Yep, pretty much my view on this whole thread.
If cancellations are based on planned events (e.g. con events, live shows), I can see Jabba's frustration at having a) certain goals not fulfilled, e.g. one-shots; and b) lack of officials comms about the issue on Patreon/Community site.
Similarly, I can see the frustration with long schedule gaps if it's because of planned events or a guest not being able to keep the weekly commitment.
In this case, it seems like 1) JP had to move, and move without much notice; 2) He's also figuring out how to juggle technology needed for shows while visiting his GF, which seems like a reasonable learning curve; 3) Despite the move/personal travel, he held a liveshow right before moving, which as someone who moves every 2-years and is well acquainted with the chaos of moving, seems stressful as anything, and attempted to return to regular shows as quickly as possible.
All of which is to say, I appreciate JP working as hard as he is, trying for as much continuity as he can--and all the hard work in the world can't prevent life disruptions. Based on JP's tendency towards production-perfection, I doubt he's being careless or overly slow about noticing and addressing the issues.