Perspectives are either organized by project or by context, but not both. Unless your goal was to show everything that was in the Daily Meeting project *and* assigned to the daily project context, you're going to need a minimum of two perspectives.
In general, the way I organize actions like this is to create contexts for the people I work with, then run through those contexts for things I need to bring up during a given meeting.
Overall, that gives me a bit more flexibility; if I bump into person X in the hall, I can check their items individually, rather than needing to remember "Oh, I usually meet with this person in <meeting X>, so I should check that list, too."
Does that help at all?