This could be a good opportunity to practise writing better actions, however. In particular, write the action so that if you gave it to someone else, they could also act on the item. You shouldn’t assume that you’ll always have the project field showing to give you the rest of the information.
So I would write something like “check existing code for database processor on aubergine-db.net”, or, perhaps even better “check if db processing code on aubergine-db.net has been updated to use newSQL”.
At first this is a means to an end, making your Today widget more useful, but I think you’ll find that this level of consideration when writing actions is very helpful when planning and thinking through your projects.