The point is to introduce $\omega Categories(Spaces) \simeq Sheaves(CartesianSpaces, \omega Categories)$ with weak equivalences being the ordinary weak equivalences of $\omega$-functors directly internalized into $Spaces = Sheaves$ (which yields stalkwise weak equivalences in $\omega Categories(Sets)$).
The task is to characterize the corresponding homotopy category in terms of $\omega$-anafunctors.
Strategy A was to make use of the fact that $\omega Groupoids$ satisfy the axioms of a category of fibrant objects which allows to make use of Kenneth Brown's theorm.
But there is probably a better way, using the fact that according to Lafont et. al’s article on the model structure on omega-categories this category has the property of having ana-inverses.
The main theorem of strategy A was supposed to be:
Theorem We obtain the structure of a category of fibrant objects on $\omega Groupoids(Spaces)$ by setting
weak equivalence to be the essentially $k$-surjective $\omega$-functors for all $k$ (recall this means that certain local sections exist);
fibrations are the globally $k$-surjective $\omega$-functors;
the path object of $C$ is $C^I = hom(I,C)$ with $I$ the interval groupoid.
We need to
give a more detailed discussion of the precise details of the “stalkwise” versus “on covers” conditions for the local properties;
check the main theorem above;
see to which degree this extends from $\omega$-groupoids to $\omega$-categories.
Bigger task: try to check of the Brown-Golasinski model structure on crossed complexes is compatible with the folk model structure on $\omega$-categories under the equivalence of crossed complexes with $\omega$-groupoids.