i emailed both wyeast and white labs with this question. So far here is the response from white labs
"The WLP810 San Francisco Lager yeast will give you lager characteristics even when fermented at warmer temperatures than traditional lager yeast strains. Because of this, it doesn't need the long lager times normally associated with that style of beer. Keeping the beer at 65F during it's entire fermentation/conditioning will produce a great beer. Lagering the beer cold (below 50F) will most likely cause the yeast to go dormant, but will help clarify and condition the beer, just like it would with most other beer styles so there's certainly no harm in doing that if you wish."