I would like to use a font licensed under Apache License 2.0 (without a NOTICE file and without additional provisions) in my web project. For this end, I made a package of webfonts based on a subset of the font in question (I use an online tool to generate .woff and .eot versions of the font selecting only some Unicode blocks to make the files lighter).
Then I want to distribute the source files of my project (so basically my PHP scripts, CSS stylesheets, and MySQL database, but I also need to include the fonts so that everything works fine, because I work with data in that is not displayed correctly in standard system fonts) under a free license. I am currently considering the MIT License and the copyleft European Union Public Licence 1.2, which is explicitly upstream compatible with Apache 2.0. I will include a file describing the changes I made to the fonts as required by the Apache license. And I will retain the text of the license.
Is it OK if I retain the original name of the font?
The Apache license states that "This License does not grant permission to use the […] product names of the Licensor". Does this mean that I have to rename the modified font contained in my project (just like one has to rename the fonts licensed under the SIL license when subsetting them for web distribution)? Or am I fine with the original name, because it is only a component used in my project, and my project itself has a totally different name?
Two further concerns are: Is it fine that I do not include the source codes of the fonts (because I technically do not work with source codes when I subset fonts using a webfont generator, and I cannot myself edit the source files accordingly) within a project to be distributed under a copyleft license? And is it fine to include Apache licensed fonts in a MIT-licensed project?