I spent some time last night fooling around with some of the options available from FeedBurner (which is an excellent service, by the way), and decided to enable the FeedFlare features. Doing so for your feed is trivial, since feedburner serves it with all done automatically for you.
However, enabling it for your site does require you to add a ";
string feedburnerName = _requestPage.SiteConfig.FeedBurnerName;
if ( feedburnerName != null && feedburnerName.Length > 0 )
string script = string.Format(scriptTag, feedburnerName, HttpUtility.HtmlEncode(Utils.GetPermaLinkUrl(_requestPage.SiteConfig, _item.EntryId)));
return new LiteralControl(script);
} // namespace Winterdom.Commonality.Macros
I then simply enabled it in the web.config file and inserted this into my blog template:
Not the most elegant solution, I'm sure, but it did the trick :). Seeing how Scott already went through this, I'm guessing a future dasBlog build might have built-in support for this stuff.