Welcome to WikiTree, Russ. (You've been a member for a good while, but it's only recently that you jumped in to make significant contributions.)
That "pre-1700 advice" link you encountered is intended to ensure that members who are editing pre-1700 profiles (1) are aware of the pre-1700 projects that work with the ancestry(ies) they are editing, project policies, and the reliable sources for those ancestries, and (2) are in communication with the relevant projects. A big element of this is understanding how to avoid creating duplicate profiles for these early ancestors (if a pre-1700 person who lived in what is now the United States has living ancestors, chances are good that they have many living ancestors, and they already have a profile in WikiTree).
Your Turk/Turck ancestors are in the scope of the New Netherland Settlers Project, for which I am the current volunteer Project Leader. I encourage you to get acquainted with the information on our project page and pages linked from that page (I guarantee that you will discover things you didn't know about this colony -- I definitely learned new things here!), particularly including the discussions of names and naming conventions. Also check out the project's guidance on reliable sources for pre-1700 (and later) profiles. Regarding reliable sources, be advised that the Miner Descent website you are using is a secondary source that seldom identifies where its information came from -- it's a good resource for finding family history, but it's not a reliable source for pre-1700 people, and (unfortunately) I've seen some important errors regarding some of the people discussed there. We try here to tie our genealogical information to church records and other contemporary sources, many of which are surprisingly easy to access online (particularly once we have hints from sources like Miner Descent).
If you are continuing to work on your Turck ancestral line, you may want to join us in the New Netherland project, but that's not required.