Gonçalo Tabuada has shown that there is a Quillen model category structure on the category of small dg-categories, i.e. the category of small categories enriched over chain complexes (for a fixed commutative ring k). Julia Bergner has shown that the category of simplicial categories, i.e. categories enriched over simplicial sets, also has a model category structure.

The above two results are connected by the fact that chain complexes and simplicial sets are both monoidal model categories (in the sense of Hovey Chapter 4). Toen in the introduction to his paper "Homotopy theory of dg-categories and derived Morita theory" mentions that work has been done by Tapia to put a model structure on categories enhanced over very general monoidal model categories. Unfortunately there seem to be no mentions of this work since.

I'm very interested in the following case of the above statement. Let $X$ be a nice scheme, say noetherian, separated, and finite dimensional. Even assuming regular would be ok. The category $\mathcal{C}$ of chain complexes of quasi-coherent $X$-modules is a monoidal model category by Gillespie; see Theorem 6.7 of the paper http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0607769.

Question: Does anyone know of a reference, or general machinery, that shows that there is a model structure on small categories enriched over $\mathcal{C}$ in which the weak equivalences are the functors that induce an equivalence after taking homology? I suppose one could go through and try to mimic Tabuada's proof, but that would not be ideal.