Thanks Bea, yes, NNS and Dutch Roots Naming Conventions are pretty much identical, and the general rule is to prefer the use of a good patronym in LNAB, or failing that, a toponymic with a small case van prefix, and which is not concatenated, especially on the generation of immigrants and early descendants (so for example, we prefer van Something, not Van Something or VanSomething, the latter two being Americanisms).
Jack, Community is the category [[New Netherland Community 1674-1800]]. If the profile has a PPP and is a descendant of an NNS Settler, then it will also properly have the category NNS. But NNS category is not required for Community category. Too many profiles, and too little time for all that.
The Community category simply means that the person was resident in and integrally part of the Dutch New Netherland Community in the period after the October 1674 final capitulation to the English conquerors.
There are tens or potentially hundreds of thousands of these Community profiles, so they are not all categorized. Yet.