CAST(time_expr AS DATETIME) and CAST(time_expr AS DATE)
work differently in MariaDB-10.0 and MySQL-5.6.
Starting from the version 5.6, MySQL switched to the SQL Standard
behaviour when casting TIME to DATETIME, i.e. by adding CURRENT_DATE
to the time value.
MySQL-5.6 also uses CURRENT_DATE when casting from TIME to DATE for consistency
(this is a non-standard extension, the standard disallows CAST from TIME to DATE).
Pre-5.6 versions of MySQL did not use CURRENT_DATE when doing such casts.
MariaDB-10.0 still demonstrates the pre-5.6 behaviour.
Note, Oracle 11g also uses the standard behaviour:
An excerpt from the SQL standard, Section 6.12 <cast specification>: